Karol van Delft has created a dependable toolkit for teachers and scholastic chess organizers.
What can teachers do to improve their instruction?
How (un)important is talent?
How do you support a special needs group?
How do you deal with parents?
What are the best selling points of a chess program?
Boys and girls, does it make a difference?
How do "chess in Schools" programs fare in different countries?
This is not a book on chess rules and moves, but it points the way to where good technical chess improvement content can be found. Van Delft offers a wealth of practical advice on the most effective didactics in order for kids to build critical life skills through learning chess.
272 Seiten, kartoniert, englisch, 1. Auflage 2021