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Ruben Mirzakhanyan, Srbuhi Gevorgyan, Vladimir Karapetyan

Affiliation(s)

Ruben Mirzakhanyan, Ph.D. in historical sciences, professor, Armenian State Pedagogical University named after Khachatur Abovyan, Yervan, Armenia.
Srbuhi Gevorgyan, Ph.D. in psychology, professor, Armenian State Pedagogical University named after Khachatur Abovyan, Yervan, Armenia.
Vladimir Karapetyan, Ph.D. in psychology, professor, Armenian State Pedagogical University named after Khachatur Abovyan, Yervan, Armenia.

ABSTRACT

Current paper presents the influence of academic chess activity in Armenian schools. Nowadays, people face many obstacles connected with the high quality education. This sphere forces them to implement new methods and approaches in everyday learning process. The following academic research done on research as a deliberate   chess activity software testing platform for professional dynamic development of the education sector showed  that the implementation of academic chess with low grade students may have positive effect. The experiment  done in this paper is closely related to the inclusive education as well. Mainly this experiment showed that collaborative training or learning can be very positive when children with disabilities are integrated in the learning process.

KEYWORDS

academic chess, chess at schools, achievements of students

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