Train your Mind. Learn Chess
We know that some of the main problems of people diagnosed with ADHD are:
Difficulty keeping attention on a continuous basis
Predominance of impulsive processing over reflective processing
Difficulties in organizing information
Lack of problem-solving strategies
Disorganization and lack of autonomy
Working with these training plans is an ideal setting to help people diagnosed with ADHD, as well as others who may have special learning difficulties.
These Training Plans are mainly organized according to the student’s time availability, and can work on them autonomously and without the need for a presential monitoring by their parents, tutors, teachers, etc. In every Training Plan, the student’s activity remains registered.
Of course, and especially when it comes to the generation of habit and discipline of sustained work, which is so necessary and recommended in some cases, a certain frequent dedication is preferable, as the benefits and progress will be appreciated much more quickly.
Although most of the developed Applications use chess as the principal support, it is not necessary to have any previous chess knowledge, beyond a simple understanding of how the pieces move and the main game rules.
Which Training Plan to choose?
Our main recommendation is to select the plan that best suits the student’s time availability and the main objectives to be pursued, in relation to the work habit, cognitive abilities and chess level improvements.
We believe that most of the time the Monkey Training Plan or the Elephant will surely be appropriate, not only because they’re prepared for completing a greater number of exercises, but also by dedicating more time, there is a greater exercises variety and therefore a greater work range…
The work methodology is common to all Training Plans. In all of them, using Internet connection, the student has access to the Online Campus Platform where he or she will be able to complete the different exercises in an autonomous way at home and without the need for presential monitoring at that very moment by their parents, teachers, tutors or other specialists.
This methodology is specially designed to achieve very concrete objectives, which are particularly interesting in most cases of people diagnosed with ADHD…