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Introducing Outschool Groups
Chess for Rising KnightsChess for Rising Knights is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
Check mate in one. It is white's move. Can you find the answer?
You're so talented!
Hello everyone, In this group, chess players will be able to engage with each other and enjoy many weekly online activities, from the weekly puzzles to the chess news discussions and grandmaster game studies. There is an activity for everyone no matter your chess experience and rating. For beginners who do not yet use the standard chess notations, you can communicate with the teacher by sending images. (Take a photo of you races board or taking a screenshot.) Although this would work in the...
The students will learn to socialize with other chess players online.
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Since discussions will inevitably bring new information to young learners, they might want to go online or to the library to do their research. Please support them outside of the platform and make sure that they are safe.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
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320 completed classes
Dear parents and learners, Welcome to my profile! Thank you for your interest in my classes. I have a degree in psychology from McGill University with a strong interest in child development and a minor in history. I am currently a graduate...