Barry Hymer goes live on Twitch

21 October 2021

Barry Hymer, co-author of Chess Improvement, was recently interviewed on a Twitch channel called CalvinKlaasenChess.

Barry has written 11 books and numerous papers on the subject of teaching and learning and he is one of the UK's foremost authorities on the educational applications of mindset theory. He is Emeritus Professor of Psychology in Education at the University of Cumbria and Chief of Science for the leading online chess learning platform, Chessable.

To watch the interview, click here.

For your copy of Chess Improvement by Peter Wells and Barry Hymer, click here.

 


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