Teaching Chess in the 21st Century

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Looking for a chess teaching guide for a standards-based math curriculum or school chess club? Teaching Chess in the 21st Century is designed to incorporate chess into a math curriculum for elementary school students. In includes:

  • Math lessons learned through chess incorporating National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards
  • Exemplars and rubrics for testing student's knowledge and understanding for each lesson
  • Teacher tips to help students as they learn to play chess and how to handle situations that frequently occur
  • Tried and true tested analogies that children will relate to so that they will learn chess in an effective and fun way

Written by National Master and acclaimed chess instructor Todd Bardwick.

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  • 5
    A great way to teach the beginner, especially children!

    Posted by Troy Youngblood on 28th Nov 2015

    I find in life and career, you don't really know a particular subject until you can properly teach it. Once you are able to teach it, then you begin the process of mastery. When you explain things to others you actual continue to learn! When I was a student in school, I often tutored some of my classmates peer tutoring helped me, as well.

  • 5
    Excellent for Teaching!

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Jun 2014

    This is the 2nd copy I have purchased of this book. I gave the 1st one to a friend to help them teach chess. I really like the layout and the content.

  • 5
    Teaching Chess in the 21st Century 5 Stars

    Posted by Caleb from Layton on 27th Apr 2013

    A top selling chess book written by a National Master with young chess students in mind...