PRIVATE & GROUP LESSONS
Students log into my zoom meeting (other platforms are possible too) and I invite them into my virtual class on chess.com, chesskids, or lichess to analyze games, learn tactics, practice puzzles, and create and lesson plans. Since chess is such an interactive sport, I also grant students keyboard control so they can move the pieces on the board on my screen regardless of whether they have a membership to chess sites.
My students teach me what they need to learn. We tend focus on openings, tactics including puzzle solving, and checkmates. I also address any issues you might be having in your game whether it's improving spatial awareness, learning tactics, practicing how to play with a clock, or getting better at seeing and responding to your opponent's move, chess is full of opportunities to learn and that learning carries over into everyday life, regardless of skill level or age.
I use Lichess, Chess.com, & Chesskids: Lichess is free. You can sign up for a basic account (free) or paid one at Chess.com or Chesskids. Chesskids is the only site designed to be child secure and friendly. All are great sites for students to practice their chess skills and offer excellent teaching opportunities with tools that allow for interactive student/teacher participation as well as game analysis and puzzle solving technique.
Looking forward to seeing you in the virtual world!