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Jerry Nash reports on CiS activities in USA
Lundi, 21 Octobre 2013 11:24

nash2FIDE Chess in Schools Commission Report

October 18, 2013

Jerry Nash

USCF Special Projects Consultant

USCF National Education Consultant

Member, FIDE Chess in Schools Commission

Cell: 931-787-2756

Fax: 931-787-1238

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My responsibilities at the US Chess Federation include educational consulting and training with educators and chess leaders across the country. Sometimes the consultation is done by phone or email. At other times, the consultation is done on location with the dual purpose of developing new opportunities within that community. In addition, I often have the chance to present at regional or state education conferences or lead professional development for teachers. These presentations are instrumental in helping chess become an accepted teaching tool within the education community. Below are some of the highlights of 2013.

May - Flagstaff, Arizona – Ted Komada;  Explored the possibilities of a district-wide chess initiative as well as the development of a STEM-related chess camp.

May - Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Neil Dietsch and Marie Stutts of the Freedom Chess Academy;  Met with the directors of the University of Alabama’s “Every Move Counts” chess tutoring program.  Also met with Tuscaloosa City Schools program directors regarding a city-wide chess emphasis that includes teacher professional development. 

June - Regional literacy conference sponsored by the Tennessee Tech University chapter of the International Reading Association;  Presented “Chess: A Common Core Approach to Literacy.”

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June - Teacher professional development for 60 teachers in Baton Rouge, LA, June 10 – 13;  Presented “Chess: A Common Core Approach to Literacy, Math, and Critical Thinking Skills.” Link to
the media coverage of this training: http://theadvocate.com/features/people/6243997-123/video-chess-class





June – Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina – Roz Katz and area chess leaders; Initial meeting of area chess community to develop a chess in schools initiative.

July - Teacher professional development for 46 teachers in Baton Rouge, LA, July 8 – 11; Presented “Chess: A Common Core Approach to Literacy, Math, and Critical Thinking Skills.”

August – Detroit, Michigan – Iris Ayala and area community leaders; Presented 3-hour seminar “Chess: A Common Core Approach to Literacy, Math, and Critical Thinking Skills.”

October – Tuscaloosa, AL – Spoke to the University of Alabama’s “Every Move Counts” honors class about chess and Common Core standards. Spoke to Alabama chess coaches at a meeting arranged by Neil Dietsch, President of the Alabama Chess Federation.  

October – Professional development for teachers and staff of City Year and Teach for America in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 24 – 26; “Chess: A Common Core Approach to Literacy, Math, and Critical Thinking Skills.” 

 
CiS Commission in Tallinn
Vendredi, 04 Octobre 2013 19:00
The CiS Commission meeting took place in Tallinn on 3 October.
More to follow... 
 
2012 Annual Report
Mardi, 04 Juin 2013 11:25
What did we do last year?
Take a look at our pdf 2012 Annual Report
 
Les ressources de la Commission CiS
Mardi, 04 Septembre 2012 17:17
La Commission CIS s'est réunie le 3 septembre 2012 à Istanbul en marge du Congrès FIDE 2012. 100 personnes ont assisté à cette réunion. Vous pourrez trouver des éléments sur cette réunion ici :

Mise à jour depuis le rapport du Président de la Commission télécharger 

Rapport mensuel CiS télécharger 

Le correspondant CIS pour l'Inde Ravindra M. Dongre a fait une présentation sur le "Projet Chess in schools du Maharashtra".

le correspondant CIS pour la Russie Alexander Kostyev a fait une présentation et un rapport sur le projet "Les échecs à l'Université Sociale de l'Etat Russe de Moscou"

Leontxo Garcia, de l'Espagne, a fait une présentation sur "Les échecs, meilleure gymnastique de l'esprit".

Cliquez sur "Lire la suite" pour trouver les rapports annuels des autres pays membres.

Lire la suite...
 
CiS Statistics
Samedi, 07 Juillet 2012 11:49
These are the best figures we have (mostly from 2011). They will be updated from the 2012 Questionnaire. (curr. = part of the curriculum in some way).

2011 statistics Total Primary CIS Project CIS schools CIS kids teachers coaches
Schools Schools FIDE FED other        
Albania
Algeria 25 456 18 000 no yes no ? ? 0 300
Andorra 1 100 2
Armenia curr. 1 500
Aruba
Australia
Austria 4 000 194
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belize
Bermuda
Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 000 60
Botswana
British Virgin Isles
Brunei
Bulgaria 5 833 1 056 no yes 652 1 700 150 590
Burundi no prep no
Cameroon
Canada
Chile
China 4 500 000
Chinese Taipei
Colombia 105 647 no yes 60 000 250 250
Costa Rica
Croatia prep
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark 2 000 no no yes 175 6 974 225 175
Dominican Republic
England no no yes 2 000 70 000 ? ?
Faroe Isles 95 15 no yes 36 ? 0 1
Fiji
Finland 1 000 50
France 66 400 38 000 no yes 300 000 1 500 1 500
Gabon
Georgia 5 350 1 000
Germany 10 000 ? no yes 3 240 60 000 1 700 700
Ghana ? ? no yes ? ? ? ?
Greece 50 000 500
Guernsey
Haiti 28 757 16 086 450 0 30
Hong Kong
Hungary 5 000
Iceland 667 176 no yes 284 2 940 40 25
India 11 000 1 000 000
Iran
Iraq
Ireland 4 025 3 295 no no yes 75 2 835 2 20
Israel ? ? yes yes ? ? ? ?
Italy 75 445 24 730 no yes 323 9 200 550 330
Jamaica 10 000
Jersey
Jordan
Kenya ? ? no yes ? ? ? ?
Kyrgystan
Laos
Latvia 2 850 950 6 1 100 6 30
Lebanon
Liechtenstein 45 14 no ? 2 ? 1 1
Lithuania
Macau 80 61 no no 9 90 1 3
Macedonia 100 10
Madagascar ? ? yes 10 70 0 5
Malawi 15 300 14 000 no yes 246 1 400 40 8
Macedonia
Mali 12 300 9 862 no yes 440 220 1 4
Malta 136 80 no yes 12 150 4 5
Mauritania 6 4 no yes 8 189 0 7
Moldova 2 300 700 no yes 250 10 000 110 140
Mongolia
Montenegro
Nepal
Netherlands ? ? no yes ? 10 000 ? 100
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria     no yes 119 150 700 000 100 000 270 000
Palau
Palestine 8 000 3 000 no yes ? 19 750 200 1 100
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Poland 15 000 450
Portugal 5 500 2 000 no yes 552 9 000 100 20
Romania 11 000 4 000 no yes 967 5 300 20 150
Russia
Russia - Kalmykia 176 no yes no 168 7 677 168 11
Russia - Khanty-Mansiysk 42 6 000
Russia - Tatarstan ? ? no yes no 740 42 000 ? ?
Rwanda
San Marino 20 6
Sao Tome & Principe
Scotland ? ? no yes ? ? ? ?
Senegal
Serbia 164 88 no yes 168 3 215 126 22
Singapore
Slovakia yes yes
Slovenia 1 880 450 yes yes 450 1 000 ? 200
Solomon Islands
Somalia 5 060 2 855 no yes 30 1 173 6 4
South Africa 31 122 17 100 no yes 1 670 12 500 1 000 150
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Sweden 4 500 3 500 no yes 1 070 10 000
Switzerland
Tajikistan
Tunisia 7 864 4 513 no yes 90 900 57 29
Turkey 120 000 no yes curr. 20 000 2 250 000 47 000
Uganda
Ukraine
UAE
USA no no yes
US Virgin Isles 27 12 no no 8 ? 2 2
Uruguay 2 085 800 no yes 281 35 600 50 30
Vietnam ? ? yes yes ? ? ? ?
Zambia
Totals 554 720 165 347 0 0 0 164 154 9 234 003 153 309 279 714
 
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