Chess classes help teachers develop new ways of thinking

04/14/2005 |

New York City public school teachers enrolled in a City College graduate math class are playing chess to improve their concentration and problem-solving skills. Grandmaster and course instructor Maurice Ashley says chess moves help his students become better teachers by leading them to think in new ways about outcomes, multiple options and different perspectives.

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