I'm really laid back when I teach chess. It's fun and requires a lot of strategies and I want you to win your very first game so I will ask questions when we are playing a game.
I teach anyone of any age very effectively. I mainly teach kids under 18 and have produced chess champions for those who are serious competitors, and have greatly improved the knowledge and playing level of those who play more for fun. I have also taught adults, one of whom even claimed I was a better chess coach than Grandmaster Larry Evans since my teaching was very clear and instructive.
My teaching philosophy is that active learning is the best process to integrate chess knowledge. I can analyze your games and ask you questions that you need to answer in for active learning to take place. I can give lessons to any beginner to intermediate player.
I am a retired insurance claims adjuster who graduated from Elmhurst College. I enjoy teaching chess to enthusiastic young students at the beginning or intermediate level. I employ lesson plans and puzzles to educate and enthrall the students. Playing chess games are a major part of our time together. Either I or another student can play chess with your young student.
Estudié : Ingeniería Eléctrica Profesorado secundario en tecnologías de la información y la comunicación Programador en Visual Basic Mi educación primaria y secundaria y universitaria y terciaria ha sido en Chile y Argentina Tengo formación en pedagogía y didáctica para entregar correctamente los contenidos a mis alumnos
My teaching method is student focused. I aim to help my students achieve their goals whatever they may be. I do not seek to impose my own learning styles or preferences. I instead encourage the learning style best suited for the individual student.
For academic subjects, I try to focus on specific problems and questions the student may have, with loads of real-life examples to show how the concept works. In Chess, I work with the student to find out what skills they already have and how to build on that knowledge. I have a well-defined curriculum and work with the student to build on their current skill level.
The best way to learn anything new in my opinion is hands on. We will do a lot of hands on. This is a game of strategy that also requires you to think on your feet.
I learned by playing constantly, and whenever I had the chance. Ever since I started playing, there is not a day when I don't sit down to practice my chess. I believe that practice can only take a person so far, but the ambition and passion one has for something can help them advance to the next level.
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I look forward to bringing all the benefits and joys of chess to you! ***For chess lovers of all age, from beginners to rating 1700+: -Goals: general chess skills improvement, consolidate and advance chess knowledge, prepare for tournaments (includes age group). -Methods: +I will discuss your chess style, strengths, weakness, after playing with you and analyzing your games.
My teaching method is thorough and interactive. I separate the basics into separate, easy-to-follow lessons. There is a foundation that needs to be established before anyone figures out their own play style.
I use Skype and a chess website, and normaly I like to see the student playing on the web and then I do real time critics to correct playing mistakes.
I have a PhD in math from UC Berkeley, a Master's degree in physics from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor's degree in physics from the University of Michigan. In addition, I have take several courses in programming and have learned basic Web development.
Iam teaching through remote desktop software like zoom and Skype.I give homework to my students and ask them to play games regularly.I teach using the syllabus of Russian chess school. My lessons are result oriented and very practical.
my teaching method can be the aggressive player, or the kind of relaxed player thats not to direct. My style is more unorthadox. i play this way because most people i know they play with certain openings. me i just like to stay 4 or 5 steps ahead my opponent.
I had created training program which is used by some chess clubs in my country. Probably it means the program is good, because it is widely accepted. There is no secret, all aspects of the chess game are included into these program: opening, middle game, endgame, tactics, strategy etc. Of course, I use that program to work with my students.
I am very passionate about teaching chess and go at the pace of the learner with lots of example and practice sessions that involve a good mix of theory and practice.
Class B Chess player (top 15% of rated players in the country) Can start from scratch or tighten up weaknesses in your game. Lessons in opening theory, tactics, endgame theory. Strategies for success in tournaments outside of gameplay. In chess, like most other activities, it's really important to develop good habits and purpose in every move.
I teach students according to their level, from beginner to advanced. I first develop a solid foundation of chess principles, then advance the student into mid game play and end game strategies. Opening theory covered for advanced students.
Want to Conquor more Kings than Alexander the Great?! Let’s have fun! Chess is a game of strategy, witts and valor! My classes are fun, competitive and will make you fall in love with the game. I teach Beginner to Intermediate Chess starting with the basics and moving to more adavance tequniques and strategies. I am available in person or via Web Cam.
My father taught me to play chess when I wad a child. I can teach you, no matter how old you are! The rules are easy, the strategies, complex.
Rapid Comprehension Thru Effective Teaching (RCTET) is the method I have invented. Having the ability to remember how chess occurred to me I have invented a new way to learn the game. This is especially important for today's 21st century students. The old method of teaching chess has lost multitudes of students who found learning to play the game way too cumbersome.
My ongoing status in chess is as an intermediate level player. I study extensively on Chess.com and the USCF chess sites. My chess library is fairly large, and increasing slowly. Currently my studies include beginner openings, chess tactics and board skills.
I am fiercely dedicated to my students and I am honored to report that the majority of them participate in tournaments, online play and grow to be able to study independently. I provide the highest quality chess lessons/instructions based on unique individualities of every student, and fundamental knowledge of professional chess playing.
I'm a guy who loves games and chess and love to share what I know
I am flexible about what we can do during the lessons. This can range from solving tactical puzzles, studying openings and middlegames, going over games, and much more. I like to keep the lessons fun and engaging for the student, and I assign homework problems to help students retain what they have learned during the lessons.
To work with and listen to the student to identify their strengths and weaknesses. We then make plans on what our focus will be for each week, and continuously practice together to identify learning strategies that best suit the student.
In the work of chess coach I focus on individual approach to the student. Thanks to a common analysis i can see errors in the game. Then we try to eliminate them.
The subjects I tutor in are considered to be dry and boring to most people, especially the younger individuals. So I make sure to present my teachings in an entertaining manner. With chess, there are various ways to make it appeasing to viewers. That's why it's classified as a sport to most chess players.
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Perfect! Tejas is a great teacher. His class is well-organized with learning points and chess scenarios. He's well prepared and the class has a good structure, moving from one topic to the next. He's also responsive with my questions and is just a friendly...
Perfect! Tejas has been coaching my son Krishna since Feb 2018. We have had a good experience till date and the classes are conducted punctually and professionally. The feedback system developed by him of sending the parents a monthly report of what progress...
Perfect! My son has had a few classes with Tejas until now. We have found Tejas to be very good in promptness of reply, teaching structure and punctuality. A key factor is the fact that he gives regular homework which ensures that there is some chess study...
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