Challenging Educational Systems  Chess and Music Copyright  © 2010 NM Glenn Bady www.cheadsches.com a
Why Chess and Music ? <ul>Chess and  Music Computer Program </ul>www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp? photos by Wolfgang Rzyc...
Chess & Music – A Common Link
Chess Theory Correlated  to  Music Theory
Music seeks to identify patterns and structures in composers' techniques, across or within genres
Chess The Infinite Puzzle Without pattern recognition, chess is  Impossible to understand
Music Meter recurring pattern of strong and weak beats of  equal duration; also known as time
Tempo is Time.  Time is initiative  in Chess
Note Values Each note has a specific duration
Chess Pieces Value Each Piece has Value Queen most powerful Battle Chess
Music TEMPO Dynamics Style
Chess Tempo Dynamics Style National Master Glenn Bady
Jazz School of   Thought 1940s  Bebop
Bebop   Challenging   musician's   Thelonious Monk Dizzy   Gillespie Minds
Bebop w as meant to be  not danced to Listened to Thelonious Monk
Faster tempos Drums - elusive and explosive Bebop – Chromaticism and Dissonance into  Jazz Art Blakey
Chess School of   Hyper-modernism Thought
I ndirect  C ontrol of The distant pieces Not pawns Center
Dynamics Over   Protection Undermining prophylaxis
R ichard  R eti Aron Nimzowitsch Howard Staunton
K night's  T our
Incorporate Chess and Music   Curriculum
Music training from preschool to post secondary education is common in most nations Fundamental component of human culture...
Grow The Brain Exercise the neurons   their interconnections
Play Chess
C rystallization   of  w isdom Chess Culture
Chinese Arts playing chess essential qualities Ancient Chinese Literati
Benefits of Chess & Music in Curriculum Practical understanding of theory Patterns recognition strengthen Understanding th...
Chess and Music  Critical  Subjects  For Future Curriculum
Services We Offer Our Accomplishments Our Testimonials Founder of Challenging Heads Chess NM Glenn Bady
Online Chess Lessons <ul><li>Secrets of online chess
Glenn is now offering online chess lessons for children.  Live, interactive training.
This is real time coaching with voice chat.  This direct interaction helps our students learn faster and save time and mon...
Glenn will concentrate on how to calculate quickly to improve his students processing speed.  </li></ul>http://www.cheadsc...
Summer Chess Fun <ul>Wonderful Chess <li>Looking for an inexpensive and fun summer activity for your campers?
Give chess a try.
Chess is the gymnasium of the mind.  A child taking part in a chess program develops critical thinking, problems solving s...
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Chess and Music in the curriculum. Music training from preschool to post secondary education is common in most nations; chess does not have that distinction. Although, once we analyze both subjects together, we see that chess is just an important aspect to the whole child education. Chess in ancient Chinese literati were consider the crystallization of wisdom. A chess culture in our schools national wide will enhanced our children education.

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  1. 1. Challenging Educational Systems Chess and Music Copyright © 2010 NM Glenn Bady www.cheadsches.com a
  2. 2. Why Chess and Music ? <ul>Chess and Music Computer Program </ul>www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp? photos by Wolfgang Rzychon
  3. 3. Chess & Music – A Common Link
  4. 4. Chess Theory Correlated to Music Theory
  5. 5. Music seeks to identify patterns and structures in composers' techniques, across or within genres
  6. 6. Chess The Infinite Puzzle Without pattern recognition, chess is Impossible to understand
  7. 7. Music Meter recurring pattern of strong and weak beats of equal duration; also known as time
  8. 8. Tempo is Time. Time is initiative in Chess
  9. 9. Note Values Each note has a specific duration
  10. 10. Chess Pieces Value Each Piece has Value Queen most powerful Battle Chess
  11. 11. Music TEMPO Dynamics Style
  12. 12. Chess Tempo Dynamics Style National Master Glenn Bady
  13. 13. Jazz School of Thought 1940s Bebop
  14. 14. Bebop Challenging musician's Thelonious Monk Dizzy Gillespie Minds
  15. 15. Bebop w as meant to be not danced to Listened to Thelonious Monk
  16. 16. Faster tempos Drums - elusive and explosive Bebop – Chromaticism and Dissonance into Jazz Art Blakey
  17. 17. Chess School of Hyper-modernism Thought
  18. 18. I ndirect C ontrol of The distant pieces Not pawns Center
  19. 19. Dynamics Over Protection Undermining prophylaxis
  20. 20. R ichard R eti Aron Nimzowitsch Howard Staunton
  21. 21. K night's T our
  22. 22. Incorporate Chess and Music Curriculum
  23. 23. Music training from preschool to post secondary education is common in most nations Fundamental component of human culture and behavior
  24. 24. Grow The Brain Exercise the neurons their interconnections
  25. 25. Play Chess
  26. 26. C rystallization of w isdom Chess Culture
  27. 27. Chinese Arts playing chess essential qualities Ancient Chinese Literati
  28. 28. Benefits of Chess & Music in Curriculum Practical understanding of theory Patterns recognition strengthen Understanding the value of time in complex environment Wisdom and Culture
  29. 29. Chess and Music Critical Subjects For Future Curriculum
  30. 30. Services We Offer Our Accomplishments Our Testimonials Founder of Challenging Heads Chess NM Glenn Bady
  31. 31. Online Chess Lessons <ul><li>Secrets of online chess
  32. 32. Glenn is now offering online chess lessons for children. Live, interactive training.
  33. 33. This is real time coaching with voice chat. This direct interaction helps our students learn faster and save time and money compared to other methods of training.
  34. 34. Glenn will concentrate on how to calculate quickly to improve his students processing speed. </li></ul>http://www.cheadschess.com/
  35. 35. Summer Chess Fun <ul>Wonderful Chess <li>Looking for an inexpensive and fun summer activity for your campers?
  36. 36. Give chess a try.
  37. 37. Chess is the gymnasium of the mind. A child taking part in a chess program develops critical thinking, problems solving skills, visualization and pattern recognition.
  38. 38. Exercise your campers mind. </li></ul>mailto:challengingheadschess@verizon.net
  39. 39. Testimonials – Glenn Bady <ul><li>What do parents think about Glenn?
  40. 40. I met Glenn about 4-5 years ago when he was running an after school program at Penllyn Woods Community Center. Since meeting Glenn, he has guided the children in his club, many of whom have been Upper Dublin kids, to 4 straight Pa. State Scholastic Chess Club Championships and produced numerous individual state champions, including my </li></ul><ul><li>on, Charlie, this year. He also took the club to compete in 2 National championships in Orlando & Pittsburgh. All the tournaments they've competed in have included separate sections for school championships. The positive link between chess and improved academics, especially mathematics, is well documented. Many charter & private schools even have have chess as a part of their curriculum. Many college chess scholarships are </li></ul>
  41. 41. Testimonials – Glenn Bady (2) <ul><li>are awarded every year. I could go on & on. I, like you, grew up in Upper Dublin, and I've always taken pride in our school district. I believe that if we could somehow bring Glenn & his gifted instructors into our schools it would make a great school district even greater. I don't know who to contact in the district on this matter, but I'm sure you might. I think, at the very least, the possibility of such a venture should be explored. I've discussed it with Glenn, and he would be willing </li></ul><ul><li>to meet with you & whoever you would deem appropriate to discuss creating some kind of chess program in our schools. As a believer in Glenn & what he's doing, I would be willing to volunteer my time & effort, as well. It's been a very positive, rewarding experience for us & I'd like other kids in our township to get this opportunity I’ve included today's club update e-mail below & you might consider checking out his website www.cheadschess.com
  42. 42. Thanks, C. Van Orden </li></ul>
  43. 43. Testimonials Glenn Bady <ul><li>Tabb Champlin – Mother of Wes Champlin, wrote: Great job with Wes. He can usually be a handful. Most of his teachers complain about him being such a busy body. Winning the Kindergarten State Championship was an exciting experience. He can't stop talking about it. We'll see you this summer.
  44. 44. Mark Opalisky-Vice President Horsham School Board wrote:
  45. 45. Thanks for your efforts this year. Connor loves chess. </li></ul><ul><li>Joan Lea, wrote: Thanks Glenn for a great year. Calvin enjoyed himself and for the first time he has felt like he apart of a team. Chess has helped Calvin opened up to other kids his age.
  46. 46. The Borough of Conshohocken & The Conshohocken Free Library: Thanks USCF Master Glenn Bady for his time in introducing our children & citizens to the Game of Chess. </li></ul>
  47. 47. Glenn's Chess Team Accomplishments <ul><li>Our system is proven to work!
  48. 48. 2010 Pennsylvania State Scholastic Championships
  49. 49. 1st Place K to 3 Open. 2nd Place K to 6 U800
  50. 50. 2009 Pennsylvania Scholastic Championships
  51. 51. 1st Place K to 3 Open. 1st Place K to 6 U800
  52. 52. 2008 Pennsylvania Scholastic Championships
  53. 53. 2nd Place K to 3 Open. Tied for 1st K to 6 U800. </li></ul><ul><li>2007 Pennsylvania Scholastic Championships
  54. 54. 1st Place K to 3 Open. 1st Place K to 6 U800
  55. 55. 2007 Pennsylvania State Scholastic Championships
  56. 56. Kindergarten Co-Champion, 1st Grade Co-Champion
  57. 57. 2008 Pennsylvania State Scholastic Championships
  58. 58. 2nd Grade Co-Champion, 3rd Place K-9 U1000, 5th Grade Co-Champion </li></ul>
  59. 59. Glenn's Accomplishments <ul><li>26th Sands Regency Oct 17 - 21 2008, Reno, NV 89501 USA
  60. 60. 1st Place Master
  61. 61. Defeated - International Master Salvijus Bercys
  62. 62. Draw - Grandmaster Vladimire Mezentsev
  63. 63. Defeated - Grandmaster Dashzegve Sharavdorg
  64. 64. 3rd International, New York , NYJune 18-22 2010 Marshall Chess ClubOver 30 Grandmasters. Over 40 Masters. </li></ul><ul><li>Draw - Gabriel Battaglini - International Master
  65. 65. Defeated - Aleksandr Ostrovskiy - Expert
  66. 66. Defeated - Sam Alex Barsky – Expert
  67. 67. Second, I am an authority in my field. I've started (along with Dr. Floyd and the Princeton Public Library) and participated in several chess days.
  68. 68. Third, I have over thirty years of experience. I've been fortunate enough to travel and play chess in Europe and all over the U.S. </li></ul>

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