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FIDE School Instructor
31.07.2016 19:25
The FIDE School Instructor title was introduced by the General Assembly in Istanbul 2012. It was subsequently reformulated.

The list of title holders (73 as at 2016.07) can be found here.
The 35 who qualified for the title in Switzerland & Romania should have their titles approved in Baku.

The list of accredited Lecturers for SI seminars is here.

Results of individual seminars are as follows:
2015 Agadir, Morocco
2015 Porto Carras, Greece
2015 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
2016 Geneva, Switzerland
2016 Cap Aurora, Romania
2016 Tirana, Albania
2016 Marrakech, Morocco
2017 FEDA/FIBDA Online 1


Regulations and application forms can be found here: http://cis.fide.com/en/documents
 
Turkey's Primary School Chess Class Curriculum
25.06.2015 16:06
We have translated this important document from Turkish.
You can download it here.
 
Turkey - Kocaeli projectTSF
10.06.2015 11:44
kocaeliKocaeli is a province about 100km East of Istanbul. The capital is Izmit (Kocaeli) which has about 20% of the total population of 1,500,000.

The Turkish Chess Federation signed a protocol in 2012 with the Municipality and Directorate of Education in Kocaeli.

Now, when children start primary school, they receive a chessboard, chess set and chess book. 

To date, about 100,000 gift packs have been presented.

The TSF have used in the past the slogan 'every house a sports centre.' That is coming to pass in Kocaeli, at least every house with a child in it.

 
Important Social Aspects
16.10.2014 10:21
Important Social Aspects of Chess in Schools

malmsten2It is easy to overlook the social aspects of our chess in schools projects, but we should not. It is typical for members and leaders of chess federations around the world to focus on competitive chess aspects. Since all chess officials have played at some competitive level, however high or low, it is quite natural to think in terms of chess competition involving ‘winners’ and ‘losers.’ That is not ideal in the educational and social context, and there is another way.

The alternate path still has chess competitions but they are much more social in nature. Göran Malmsten in Sweden was a pioneer. Starting in the 1960s, he gradually built up a system combining a chess competition with important aspects of social development. Instead of the familiar 1-1/2-0 (win-draw-loss) scoring system, so ingrained in chess players, he developed 3-2-1. There is another very important part to the system, but first an important subtlety. We should not present this as win-draw-loss, but as one point for taking part, an extra point for a drawn game and two extra points for winning a game. That can make all the difference to a child’s view (and even that of adults) of the chess ‘competition.’ Then we have the ‘coup de grâce’ or, perhaps more appropriately, the ‘coup de Coeur.’

According to the percentage of players from a class, a club, a school, or any other group (according to the entries to a competition), so that is the percentage points to which they are entitled (based on their ‘raw’ score).
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Cеминары для учителей в Ливане
02.12.2013 22:08
seminarleb-dscn4080За последние несколько месяцев три семинара были проведены в Бейруте, Монт Либане и области Бекаа.

В общей сложности 43 учителя (41 ливанских и 2 палестинских) получили сертификаты Ливан НСИ (Национальная школа инструкторов). Церемония награждения состоялась в рамках церемонии закрытия на чемпионате Ливана.

Отрадно, что распределению этих сертификатов помогали чиновники из Министерства образования.

Тренеры, которые дали семинары были ФТ Роланд Акрасс (Президент Ливанского комитета CIS и вице-президент Ливанской Федерации) и ФТ и ММ Фади Ид.

Наш благодарность Роланду Акрассу за фотографии, которые появляются ниже, показывая семинары, а также некоторые из вручений на церемонии награждения.



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