Chess Improvement and The Complete Learner's Toolkit have been reviewed.

14 December 2020

Here is their review of Chess Improvement:

Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, œChess Improvement is eminently suitable for any chess player from novice to professional, as well as the reading lists of chess coaches or the parent of a chess player. While especially and unreservedly recommended for community, college, and university library Chess instructional reference collections, it should be noted for personal studies that œChess Improvement is also readily available in a digital book format.

And here is their review of The Complete Learner™s Toolkit:

Specifically designed for classroom teachers to use with students ages 7-16, the individual lesson plans in œThe Complete Learner™s Toolkit are also available as editable PDFs sold under an annual licence. Thoroughly ˜user friendly™ in organization and presentation, œThe Complete Learner™s Toolkit will empower teachers to transform their pupils learning and reliably achieve academic success throughout their school career and life.

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