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TURIN – ITALY, 25th – 27th FEBRUARY 2009

CHESS: A GAME TO GROW UP WITH

A WORLD CONFERENCE ON CHESS IN SCHOOLS


 
THE ROLE OF CHESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY AND COGNITIVE CAPACITIES TEACHING CHESS IN SCHOOLS: A COMPARISON AMONG DIFFERENT METHODS AND EXPERIENCES

Working Language: English


Tian Hongwei, Übersetzerin, Mrs Kaplan (New York, USA), Mr Uvencio Blanco


Uvencio Blanco, Giovanna Pentenero (Piemont Region), Roberto Rivello (Vorsitzender), Alì Nihat Yazici


Vortrag von Roberto Rivelli


Zahlreiche Zuschauer


Tian Honwei from Beijng (China)  und Gihan El Sahhhar aus Ägypten



PROGRAMME


25th February 2009
9.30/10.10 Welcome Address
by Ms. Giovanna Pentenero, Assessore all’Istruzione e alla Formazione professionale, Piedmont Region
by Mr. Gianpietro Pagnoncelli, President of Italian Chess Federation (FSI)
by Mr. Ali Nihat Yazici, Vice-President of International Chess Federation (FIDE)
by Mr. Flavio Brugnoli, Coordinator of the institutional activities of the Compagnia di San Paolo
by Mr. Francesco De Sanctis, Direttore generale dell’Ufficio scolastico regionale del Piemonte (Piedmont Scholastic Office)
by Mr. Luigi Saragnese, Assessore alle risorse educative, City of Turin
by Mr.Gianfranco Porqueddu, President of the Piedmont Committee of the CONI
by Mr. Enrico Gallina (MSP – Piemonte)

10.10/10.40 Introductive Remarks
by Prof. Roberto Rivello, President of the Piedmont Committee of Italian Chess Federation
by Mr. Piero Angela, Scientific Journalist – RAI (video contribution from Rome)
by Prof. Uvencio Blanco H., Chairman of the FIDE Committee on Chess in Schools

10.40/11.00: Coffee Break

PLENARY SESSION 1 – THE ROLE OF CHESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY
Time: 11.00 – 13.00
Chair: prof. Roberto Rivello (University of Turin, President of the FSI Piedmont Committee, Chairman of the FIDE Ethics Commission)
Keynote Speakers:
- - Ms. Marley J. Kaplan (President & Chief Executive Officer, Chess-in-the-Schools, New York), Empowering children to succeed: Chess in the schools in New York
- Dr. Sulaiman Abul Kareem Mohammad Al-Fahim (President of the United Arab Emirates Chess Federation, CEO of Hydra Properties, component of The Abu Dhabi United Group for Development and Investment that bought Manchester City Football Club on 2008, IIMSAM Goodwill Ambassador), The Development of Chess in Schools in Arabian Countries. The Role of Learning Chess for the Education of Arabian Girls
- Mr. Ali Nihat Yazici (President of Turkish Chess Federation, FIDE Vice-President), Chess in Schools, the Turkish Successful Experience
- Mr. Goran Antunac (International Master, Croatian Chess Federation), Mr. Milan Brigljevic (Croatian Chess Federation) Chess and development of the personality.
PLENARY SESSION 2 – TEACHING CHESS IN SCHOOLS: A COMPARISON AMONG DIFFERENT METHODS AND EXPERIENCES – I
Time: 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 19.00 (16.00 - 16.20: Coffee Break)
Chair: Mr. Damir Levacic (International Master, Member of the ECU Board, President of the Mediterranean Chess Association)
Keynote Speakers:
- Mr. Umberto Magnoni (I.T.E.R. Director – City of Turin), Chess in Schools, the Turin Experience
- Mr. Marcello Perrone (Italian Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the Italian Experience
- Mr. Damir Levacic (French Chess Federation) and Mr. Jérôme Mauffras (Académie de Créteil - France), Chess in Schools, the French Experience
- Mr. Graham Lee (FIDE Master, English Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the English Experience
- Mr. Olivier Letreguilly (FIDE Master, Director of the publishing house “Olibris”), Chess experience in La Réunion Island (Indian Ocean), Chess books as a support for progress for youth.
- Mr. Alessandro Dominici (Italian Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the Piedmont Experience
- Ms. Paola Russo (FSI Instructor), Chess for very young Students: a Psicomotricity Experience

26th February 2009
PLENARY SESSION 3 – THE ROLE OF CHESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITIVE CAPACITIES
Time: 9.30 – 11.00, 11.20 – 13.00 (11.00/11.20: Coffee Break)
Chair: prof. Uvencio BLANCO H. (Chairman of the FIDE Committee on Chess in Schools)
Keynote Speakers:
- prof. Fernand Gobet (Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Director of the Centre for the Study of Expertise at Brunel University, West London)
- prof. Roberto Trinchero (Professor of Experimental Pedagogy at the Faculty of Forming Sciences of the University of Turin)
- prof. Domenico Parisi (Chairman of the Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences, works at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of the CNR - Rome)
- prof. Philippe Chassy (Researcher on Psychology – University of Toulouse)

PLENARY SESSION 4 – TEACHING CHESS IN SCHOOLS: A COMPARISON AMONG DIFFERENT METHODS AND EXPERIENCES – II
Time: 14.30 – 16.30
Chair: Mr. Damir Levacic
Keynote Speakers:
- Mr. Walter Radler (President of the German Chess in Schools Foundation), Chess in Schools, the German Experience
- Mr. Igor Glek (Grandmaster, General Secretary of the Association of Chess Professionals) and Ms. Oksana Belkina (Chess Department of the Russian State Social University –RGSU- in Moscow), Chess events for school boys and girls - improving the motivation to learn and play chess
- Ms. Gihan El Sahhar (Egyptian Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the Egyptian Experience
- Mr. Rikard Medancic (Croatian Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the Croatian Experience
- Mr. Nebojsa Baralic (International Arbiter, Officer at the Serbian Ministry of Education), Chess in Schools, the Serbian Experience
16.30 – 16.45 Coffee Break

TEACHING CHESS IN SCHOOLS: A COMPARISON AMONG DIFFERENT METHODS AND EXPERIENCES – III
Time: 16.45 – 19.00
Chair: Mr. Maurizio Perrone
Keynote Speakers:
- Mr. Sebastiano Paulesu (FSI Instructor), The Ideographic Method
- Mr. Carlo Alberto Cavazzoni (FSI Instructor), The Castle of Chess
- Mr. Alexander Wild (FSI Instructor), Basic Chess Teaching
- Mr. Carmelo Sgarito (FSI Instructor), Chess and Creative Writing
- Ms. Giulia Colla (Dirigente scolastico - I.C. Santa Vittoria of Alba), Chess in Italian Schools

27th February 2009
CONCLUSIVE PLENARY SESSION
Time: 9.30 – 10.50, 11.10 – 13.00 (10.50/11.10: Coffee Break)
Keynote Speakers:
- On. Giorgio Clelio Stracquadanio (Member of Italian Parliament, Political Adviser of the Italian Minister of Education, Mariastella Gelmini), Chess and Education
- Mr. Valery Bovaev (Vice President of the Russian Chess Federation, President of the Kalmyk Chess Federation, Vice Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Kalmykia), Chess in Schools in Russia
- Ms. Tian Hongwei (Chinese Chess Federation), Chess in Schools, the Chinese Experience
- Prof. Filippo Spagnolo (University of Palermo) – Mr. Giuliano d’Eredità (University of Palermo), Chess and Mathematics Education
- Mr. Michel Noir (former Minister of the French Government, organiser of the 1990 World Chess Championship in Lyon, expert and author of publications on Brain Training), Chess and Brain Training
Conclusive Remarks: Uvencio Blanco, Marcello Perrone, Roberto Rivello
 

 

 

 

 



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