Chess Meets the Educational Challenges of the Digital Society

The ancient game of chess could also carry this title: The Fantastic Four. Traditionally the widespread board game had four main functions throughout the history for thousands of years: game, sport, science and art. Chess is practically unique due to its complexity by itself. Now the fifth superhero joins in: chess as an educational tool. And why is the need of skill-building, logical thinking and encouraging creativity more important than ever? Because the winners of tomorrow will be able to deliver strategic and creative thinking and quick problem-solving which children can learn playfully through chess.