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Lesson Posted on 12/12/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching Hobby/Summer Camp/Robotics & Technology

Explore the creativity of your child through Robotics and Coding

Mind Mentorz

Mind Mentorz arrives as one of the best chess coaching classes in Bangalore. With one of the best chess...

Kids are known to be inquisitive. They would always have thousands of questions bubbling in their mind, and they love to find the answers to them. The Sci-fi movies today even blow an adult's minds away. Back in the days, when we as kids used to be awestruck by watching movies like Jurassic Park or Star... read more

Kids are known to be inquisitive. They would always have thousands of questions bubbling in their mind, and they love to find the answers to them. The Sci-fi movies today even blow an adult's minds away. Back in the days, when we as kids used to be awestruck by watching movies like Jurassic Park or Star Wars, imagine the level of excitement for kids who belong to the present generation!

Kids love stories. Stories help them to build a world around them. They will be exhilarated to create versions of their own stories through Robotics and Coding. It is scientifically proven that Robotics Programmes and coding develops creativity in a child. We are taking along with us a big part of technology involving robotics and coding into the future.

 

How do Robotics and Coding help in developing Creativity?

 Coding:

Studies that are made over some time suggests that Children grows a tendency to learn better if they can physically touch or feel things. They would be more inclined or interested in things which are made by them. Coding is a skill or hobby that they can take up, to create their imagination to reality. If we consider coding as literacy (Symbolic Language), a child can learn that symbolic language more comfortable than adults, as they have a motivation to succeed. Rather than playing any video game, they would be creating their own video game through coding.

 

Robotics:

We fell in love with robots a long time ago. Then movies made our fascination with robots evolve with time. The 'BB-8' in Star Wars or the magnificent 'Optimus Prime' in transformers, they all have somehow developed our interests in robot and machines as a child. Children today, have the opportunity to learn robotics and enhance their creative skills. Learning robotics will make them confident around new technology and help in designing and conceptualising their machines. Robotics is a production based learning module. When children realise that their command can fetch desired actions from a tool that they created, they will find it engaging. They would use their creativity to run different commands. Usually, not many fields provide the opportunity to use creativity and engineering at the same level, but robotics gives you the freedom to formulate your imagination into a machine.

The future stands ready to welcome all new ideas and innovations. Robotics and coding have already fixed their place to be the next big thing in the future. Children who are endowed with knowledge about the two significant prospects will effortlessly gel with the tech-savvy society. Exposing the children to such environments from today will bring them a little closer to a modern, bring future. Apart from technical knowledge it also develops teamwork and communication skills, improves concentration and attention, enhances strategic thinking and problem-solving skills. On common grounds, both these programmes will eventually help your children, build masterpieces that the world will admire.

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Answered on 07/12/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Akash

Trainer

Yeaahhh sure you can learn chess ...it will may you more smarter and creative ..age doesn't matter for chess .........iam in Chennai(Tamilnadu)
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Lesson Posted on 28/11/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

How Chess Can Prove to be Great for Family Bonding

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Mind Mentorz arrives as one of the best chess coaching classes in Bangalore. With one of the best chess...

We say that 'no matter how far we go, we would always find our way back home'. For an individual, home symbolises family, warmth, love and the sense of togetherness and a child is no exception to that. Though the formation of nuclear families have shrunk the amount of time that a child spends with his/her... read more

We say that 'no matter how far we go, we would always find our way back home'. For an individual, home symbolises family, warmth, love and the sense of togetherness and a child is no exception to that. Though the formation of nuclear families have shrunk the amount of time that a child spends with his/her entire family. The hectic schedule of parents and distance from grandparents have reduced their world to themselves.

 

Chess to the rescue

In such cases, parents should occasionally spend time with their kids and participate in various activities that would strengthen their bond. Chess is one such board game that can be played by anybody, irrespective of age, to build family bonding. You as a parent or a grandparent would love to spend some quality time with your kids. Here chess fits perfectly into the picture. While it does not require any physical movement, it is ideal for grandparents, and scientifically proven facts even say that chess eliminates the chances of brain ageing. So you and your grandkid stay mentally strong and healthy.

 

CHILDREN REALISE THEIR CONSEQUENCES OF ACTION

For a parent, incorporating moral values in their kids are equally important as academic education. While playing chess, every move they make teaches them that they are solely responsible for their actions and hence they have to face the consequences. There is no better way to make them realise these fundamental truths about life. Be it in the game of chess or reality. A person should be bold enough to accept his/her own mistake and progress towards resolving it.

 

Chess builds confidence

It has been discovered by various scientific experiments that children learn faster than adults. Chess is one such sport that is loved by all. While learning chess, you can watch your child learn, analyse and plan his/her next move. Enhance his problem-solving skill and accept his failures. The best part would be he/she won't feel ashamed of their defeat against family and would boost up their confidence to be better next time. So, don't be shocked if your kid beats you the next time.

A child accumulates loads of memories during their childhood that lingers in his/her mind forever. Parents should try to create happy memories for their kids that would bring a smile to their face, but what they should focus on is creating happy, cherished memories that would shape a better future for their kids. A child's persona develops around their parents as they are considered the reflection of their parents. Chess would be a significant tool that would formulate the psychological, intellectual and social constitution of your child.

What great way to connect people and enhance bonding within a family, chess has always brought people together, and it is doing the same for families. Keeping aside their difference in opinion, their varied views and perceptions the family comes along to celebrate togetherness and relationships across generations.

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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Not just practice, but these activities help in improving your game of Chess

Mind Mentorz

Mind Mentorz arrives as one of the best chess coaching classes in Bangalore. With one of the best chess...

Is your child a passive plodder who needs to be pushed around? Or is he/she a silent observer or perhaps a hyper energy-ball who requires some toning down? At Mind Mentors, we believe that the behavioural patterns of a child are closely associated with his or her mental development. We aim to season... read more

Is your child a passive plodder who needs to be pushed around? Or is he/she a silent observer or perhaps a hyper energy-ball who requires some toning down? At Mind Mentors, we believe that the behavioural patterns of a child are closely associated with his or her mental development. We aim to season and temper the young minds in a magic pot of brain-games, channelising their energies, creativity, and thought-process sensibly and productively.

 

The interdisciplinary nature of Chess

While chess still reigns supreme in the category of brain-games, recent scientific studies assert the impact of a multifaceted platform of games that could co-exist and contribute towards the holistic development of a child. Chess itself has evolved to be an interdisciplinary game that could benefit a lot from similar and complimentary games like Robotics, Coding or Rubik’s Cube.

 

The benefits of Juggling games

Juggling different types of games stimulates young brains to respond to a varied pattern of cognitive processing. The adaptive nature of mind games, in general, contributes to skill development in chess. As players get better at a task, the games get more challenging. Challenging one’s brain with this juggling of various inter-related techniques stretches its cognitive functions. Both the right and left parts of the brain is stimulated - utilising the creative element to process the visual patterns and the analytical part to make logical moves.

 

Chess & Robotics

For instance, when a chess player or a beginner in chess is introduced to the exciting process of building a robot, the child learns to follow instructions and take control. This helps her or him to take control of a game and make a strategic move by following the cues from the opponent. Even for a reclusive and timid chess player, the fun-filled and creative way of robotics helps in exploring the possibilities without feeling intimidated.

 

Rubik’s Cube

The eye-hand coordination and excellent motor skills which are missing in chess can be filled in by an experience with the Rubik’s Cube. The powers that are applied in manipulating the faces of a Cube are pivotal in spurring up spatial (3 dimensional) imagination and memory. The brain is trained to recognise new possibilities and confront unanticipated challenges which in turn are essential in a game of chess. Also, unlike chess, Rubik’s Cube does not always adhere to rules, thereby giving the player a more comfortable platform for creative exploration.

 

Coding

Coding, on the other hand, stimulates the logical thinking and reasoning process in chess. The method of assessing, communicating, and conditional thinking that goes in a game of coding strengthens the cognitive thinking necessary in the game of chess. The player gets trained in pattern-recognition and learns to break down complex strategies into simpler processes.

 

“Every student can learn. Just not on the same day. Or the same way!”

Some children are self-motivators, others need a little prodding. Some are born with higher attention and concentration skills and some need to be trained. Trying one’s hand at a bunch of games helps to stretch mental capabilities in a way that a single match or method may not. You will know what clicks for your child only when you let her/him experiment with various platforms. The intensity of chess, accompanied by more fun and action-oriented games like robotics or coding, makes kids more intuitive, curious and bold. Children learn to win and lose, gaining from the losses and bouncing back. They become more versatile handling hurdles, dealing with options and learning to weigh the consequences of a decision.

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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Chess for kids - A game at leisure and a medium to surge grades at school.

Mind Mentorz

Mind Mentorz arrives as one of the best chess coaching classes in Bangalore. With one of the best chess...

For most parents, the arrival of a child is a vow to work towards the well being of their bundle of joy. As the child grows, their expectations and aspirations from the child increase gradually. What remains constant, is their wish to mould their child into a good human being, imbibing the essential... read more

For most parents, the arrival of a child is a vow to work towards the well being of their bundle of joy. As the child grows, their expectations and aspirations from the child increase gradually. What remains constant, is their wish to mould their child into a good human being, imbibing the essential humanitarian qualities and moral virtues.

With both the parents working, they are unable to spend time with their children thus failing to contribute to their child’s growth. Children acquire their behaviour by observing elders and other individuals. Their habits, practises and style develop according to the people with whom they spend most of their time. To raise a child as a good human being, the parents need to know the psychology of the child.

While a parent demands the all-round development of a child, it could only be achieved by a healthy environment. To help build right circumstances for growth, introducing chess to your kids is a great way to evolve their transitional phase. While the parents are away, the child can engage in exercises that will train their mind to think uniquely. For the child its a game but it enhances their cognitive and social abilities. Playing Chess covers various contexts of psychology, like a child's mental, physical, emotional and social growth.

 

Mental Growth

Chess acts as a mentor of the mind. It lets the child think, learn and analyse better. In school, it would help the child to catch up and learn quicker than other fellow students. It is educational, yet fun. Researchers conducted, reveal that children who play chess have a higher intelligence quotient. A research was done on 4000 Venezuelans second-grade students, by training them systematically on how to play chess. It was observed that there is a significant increase in their I.Q. only after 4.5 months.

 

Physical Growth

Children have creative minds. They look at the world from a different perspective than adults. With regular practice in playing chess, children can bloom their creative minds and nurture originality. They can recognise their passion through singing, dancing, sports, dramatics etc. Even schools include recreational activities as compulsory subjects to bring out the creative side of the children. Thus a child good at chess will always excel in recreational activities, compared to his/her fellow students.

 

Emotional Growth

If we consider chess as a game or a sport, then it could work well in improving sportsmanship. It would teach them the philosophy of winning and losing which has to go hand in hand throughout one's life, and it should be embraced equally. Kids should take this as a part of growing up and not as a barrier to their success.

 

Social Growth

As we know, kids love to interact and socialise. But the current scenario suggests that kids these days, spend their entire day watching T.V or playing video games on their mobiles or tabs. Being technologically active is great but cutting themselves off the real world would be a disadvantage to them later in life. Chess lets them interact with other people irrespective of culture, community, gender or age. It even creates a bond and unifies people.

There are several other benefits that a chess player constitutes. It increases attention and alertness, helps to retain calmness, develop problem-solving skills, activates street smartness, builds confidence, improves mental maths and many others. So, in case your child needs to buck up in school, letting him learn chess is a good idea!

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Answered on 01/10/2018 Sports Coaching/Basketball

Ibrahim Memy

Basketball Coach

I can tell you a perfect timeline on how it takes for you to learn basketball.But before that, i would liked to ask you how much are you dedicated to basketball. Any coach can tell you that it takes 1-2 months to learn the game of basketball but to be better at it.. it takes a lifetime.. Several things... read more

I can tell you a perfect timeline on how it takes for you to learn basketball.But before that, i would liked to ask you how much are you dedicated to basketball. Any coach can tell you that it takes 1-2 months to learn the game of basketball but to be better at it.. it takes a lifetime.. Several things like practise time, right trainning, dedication, diet, fitness, injuries, experience in other sports, willing to learn, IQ and age all plays a major role in determining how long it takes for you to learn the game of basketball.

So I can say it varies from person to person. Some might take a long time, some might take a very less time .

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Lesson Posted on 19/04/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Why play Chess?

Saurabh B.

I am Chess coach from Mumbai with international FIDE Rating of 2041 I have represented India, won prizes...

Why play Chess? Benefits of playing Chess, how chess is a miniature version of life, how Chess teaches lessons in life to citizens, businesspeople, army, politicians, etc. & how chess teaches to stop terrorism. Chess is a game of intellect, logic & rationalism, a good exercise for the... read more

Why play Chess?

 

Benefits of playing Chess, how chess is a miniature version of life, how Chess teaches lessons in life to citizens, businesspeople, army, politicians, etc. & how chess teaches to stop terrorism.

 

Chess is a game of intellect, logic & rationalism, a good exercise for the essential organ of our body, brain which controls our body. Chess is nothing but handling an organisation. Chess is all about coordination of your resources (chess pieces) & teamwork.

 

Chess teaches to form a strategy to fight & defeat your enemy. Chess teaches us guerrilla warfare like how Shivaji defeated the powerful Mughals with a small army. It teaches unity among yourself to remain powerful.

Most crucial thing taught by chess is strategic planning. You have to make a plan to attack your opponent & then execute it. Chess teaches that a small, powerless pawn becomes a powerful queen when it reaches the last rank. In real life, you must never consider any person as inferior because he can become great tomorrow. Modi, Ambani, Obama, etc. were all ordinary during their youth but became legends by proper planning of their resources & implementation.

 

Three greatest things taught by Chess to our army & politicians are:

 

Without killing enemy’s army in retaliation or without sacrificing your army, you can never defeat him.

Non-violent methods like hunger strikes can never stop terrorism but will lead to your death

The only way to stop terrorism is to counter-attack in self-defence because if you keep defending all time, you are most likely to either lose or at the maximum, draw(tie) & stop enemy but will never be able to defeat him.

 

Chess teaches us priorities. The most important pieces in chess like King & queen must be guarded first, even at the cost of other small pieces. Same way, your priorities in life must be clear. Your work must be directed towards your goals. You must first define your priorities in life like what’s the most important among whether you want to become a good person & help the society, you want to earn money, you want to pursue your hobbies, your family life, your friends, etc.

 

Chess teaches sacrifice. We have to give away small pieces like pawns to kill opponent’s queen. Same way, in life, we have to sacrifice small pleasures & greed to achieve long-term goals.

 

Chess teaches us logical thinking & reasoning. Today, people are brainwashed by religious superstitions & believe in miracles & magic. They have stopped rational thinking. Chess teaches that there is no magic. What you sow, so shall you reap. If you execute a plan perfectly, you will win the game. Same way, if you work smart & hard, nobody can stop you from succeeding in life but if you go behind superstitions in the name of God without asking for the reason behind it, you are diverting away from your goals & your failure is certain.

 

Chess teaches innovative thinking & creativity. Education systems today are focussed on marks leading to the rat race. Chess teaches you to think differently & uniquely out of the box which improves your lateral thinking skills developing your brain.

 

Chess improves focus, concentration & visualisation which help in studies, in your job & every field.

 

Chess teaches to punish enemy’s weaknesses. You must perfectly know your strength’s & your enemy’s weakness. Only then, can you exploit your enemy & defeat him.

 

Another important tactic taught by chess is to give apology & save yourself to avoid danger. If your powerful queen is attacked by a small pawn in chess, the best way is to come back to save the queen. Similarly, in life, don’t waste your time, energy & money in small fights but get over it & focus on big ambitions. When Shivaji was imprisoned in Agra by Aurangzeb, he apologised & ran away & further strengthened himself because he knew Aurangzeb was too strong to fight at that time. Even freedom fighter Savarkar apologised to British after fighting against them & got released instead of being in jail for whole life & strengthened the nation after getting out from prison.

 

Chess is a game full of concepts & principles like double attack, discovered check, forks, etc. & what to do & what not. Even our life should be full of beliefs & values. Humanity, truth, self-esteem, pride, etc. have to be followed at any cost. Same way, it’s our duty to contribute to the society & fight against superstitions, terrorism, slave mentality, corruption, etc

 

Scientific reason why to play chess:

 

Chess is an exercise of infinite possibilities for the mind, one which develops mental abilities used throughout life: Chess stimulate the growth of dendrites, the bodies that send out signals from the brain’s neuron cells. With more dendrites, neural communication within the brain improves & becomes faster. Think of your brain like a computer processor. The tree-like branches of dendrites fire signals that communicate to other neurons, which makes that computer processor operate at a fast, optimal state.

 

Both the left & right hemispheres of the brain become highly active. Chess increases your IQ, memory & helps old people to remain mentally fit after retiring from their jobs. Chess increases problem-solving skills, abstract reasoning, pattern recognition, analysis, synthesis, evaluation & critical thinking. Chess develops prefrontal cortex, the area responsible for judgment, planning & self-control improving decision making. Chess develops exceptional motor skills in individuals who have the disability or have suffered a stroke or other physically debilitating accident. This form of rehabilitation requires the motion of chess pieces in different directions (forward, backward, diagonally forward motion, diagonally retrograde motion), which can help develop & fine-tune a patient’s motor skills, while the mental effort required to play the game can improve cognitive & communication skills. Playing can also stimulate deep concentration and calm, helping to centre and relax patients who are experiencing different degrees of anxiety.

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Answered on 09/05/2017 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching Tuition Fee

Abhijit Chutia

International Chess Player

Fee for 1-1 chess home tutor depends on the following factors: 1) Type of coach that is an Unrated Coach, a FIDE rated Coach or a Titled Player like FM, IM, GM, WGM, etc. 2) The number of hours per class. Generally, it is from 1 to 1 and half hour duration. 3) The distance that a coach needs to trave... read more

Fee for 1-1 chess home tutor depends on the following factors:
1) Type of coach that is an Unrated Coach, a FIDE rated Coach or a Titled Player like FM, IM, GM, WGM, etc.
2) The number of hours per class. Generally, it is from 1 to 1 and half hour duration.
3) The distance that a coach needs to travel.

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Answered on 06/09/2018 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Sachin Malik

Chess Coach

you can start chess at any age.
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Answered on 07/06/2016 Sports Coaching/Badminton

John Paul

A teacher who can transform your career.

Depends on interest and discipline. Just join a club with coaching and play regularly. You should be a very good player within a couple of years. Expertise in this field can only be achieved by competing in different circumstances with different people like tournaments,etc.. Again, it depends on yo...
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