The University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin invites primary schools, chess clubs as well as teachers and chess experts to participate in testing modular free software, supporting cognitive and chess skills of primary schools students. The tool was developed by experts, researchers from universities from Spain, Lithuania and Poland.
All schools and institutions cooperating with partner organizations will be able to use the tool freely and free in the next academic year.
Benefits for schools and teachers:
The project offers various types of cooperation opportunities for teachers. They concern both the support of schools in conducting classes using the on-line tool as well as teacher support in the process of professional development. Therefore, teachers participating in the project have the opportunity to cooperate with experts in developing scenarios of subject activities that will include chess and cognitive trainings.
This cooperation will be confirmed by an appropriate certificate of participation in substantive work, and the developed original materials will be implemented by teachers from partner countries: Spain and Lithuania.