ONE DAY WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS, PARENT VOLUNTEERS AND YOUTH MENTORS
Instructors: FM Sunil Weeramantry and Bill Cornwall
Workshop #2 moves beyond the basics of chess to cover topics taught in weeks 13 through 20+ of the NSCF in-the-curriculum program. The class builds upon the skills taught in day 1, teaches how to combine tactics, recognize patterns, and analyze master-level games. The workshop includes additional materials and online resources.
Normally $250, this class is generously sponsored by the Sheriff's Foundation of Broward County, the Broward Education Foundation, the Florida Panthers Foundation and the City of Sunrise.
Instructors: FIDE Master Sunil Weeramantry, a nationally acclaimed instructor who has over 40 years’ experience teaching and developing award-winning chess programs. Since 1979 Sunil has directed a curricular chess program at Manhattan’s Hunter College Campus Schools, a leading laboratory school for talented and gifted students, where chess is a required subject for all students in kindergarten through fifth grade. A former New York State Chess Champion, Sunil served as the first Chairman of the US Chess Federation’s Committee on Chess in Education and produced Chess in Education workshops across the country, including on Capitol Hill.
and National Master Bill Cornwall, a teacher with over 35 years’ experience building award-winning chess programs in Florida. A former Florida Chess Champion, Bill is also a chess columnist whose articles appear weekly in the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel and the Los Angeles Times.
|Event Date||05-06-2017 9:15 am|
|Event End Date||05-06-2017 4:45 pm|
|Cut off date||05-04-2017 8:00 pm|
|Location||Children's Services Council|
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