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  • 1. INDEX Author’s Index ..……………………………………………………………………. Sport Authorities Index ……………………………………………………………... Preface: Sport Authorities Messagges……………………………………………............. Introduction by Giuseppe Sgrò……………………………………………………... Aknowledgements…………………………………………………………………… FIRST SECTION. THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE. 1. Sgrò G., At school with the Kings: grow with chess ……………………………………... 2. Sgrò G., Educate and reeducate by psychomotor chess ………………………………….... 3. Di Terlizzi E., The educational role of chess in school context …………........................... 4. Blanco U., Chess intangible heritage of humanity ………………………………………. 5. Martinengo L., Anxiety and Chess ………………………………………………….. 6. Trinchero R., Chess as cognitive gym. Five years of experience in primary school ………......... 7. Gobet F., Campitelli G., Educational benefits of chess instruction: A critical review……… 8. Tribuiani R., Sgroi M., Chess coach: personal trainer or "guru"?........................................ 9. D’eredità G. Perrone M., Overview on how widespread chess and the practice of the game is among children in Italy ……………………………………………………………… SECOND SECTION. EXPERIENCES OF PRACTICE AND RESEARCH. 10. Capece A., The sport of the mind, big moves ... to improve education ……………………... 11. Pompa A., Chess, diversity and Citizenship in preschool ……………………................ 12. Morrone F., Learning to learn with chess ……………………………………………... 13. Trovato M. R., Di Mauro C. Introduction to the method chess and “regoli”……………… 14. Paulesu S., The ideographic method …………………………………………………...
  • 2. 15. Wild A., Four years to think better …………………………………………………... 16. Mircoli C., Chess against bullying ……………………………………………………. 17. Ragonese L., The defeats that help to grow ……………………………………………. 18. Cavazzoni C. A., If I play I understand: reflections of a teacher-educator ……………….. 19. Blanco U., Experience of educational innovation in Venezuela: national strategic chess school project…………………………………………………………………...................... 20. Maggi L. Merlone U., Tonelli G., Chess in staff training (experiences and project ideas)… 21. Ottavi M., Marino M., Fronzi D., Chess in prisons: experiences at UISP Rome………… 22. Miletto R., Fucci M. R., Enhancing cognitive rehabilitation by chess …………………….. 23. Marino M., fronzi D., The Experience "to see chess" ………………………………… 24. Vitale G., Chess and handicaps: a story ……………………………………………...... 25. Morricone E., Ennio Morricone: A life between music, composing and chess (?!)…………... 26. Sgrò G., Chess and marketing: design, financing, promotion and implementation of educational and rehabilitation projects …………………………………………………………….

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