My topic for my chess educational class paper was how to improve the chess club that meets sometimes with the UTD Chess Team. So I started a weebly aephclub.weebly.com to outline what I wanted to do with my chess project, and then started writing.
Developing a formal or informal program and approach to teaching mathematics with chess. I was going over a College Level Examination Program for calculus because I had done calculus and taught it somewhat before, and decided to use the outline as an example of how you could use mathematics, such as calculus, in teaching chess moves, above algebraic, as far as anyone who is interested in learning mathematics with chess.
Above is a Mathematics Course Content Creator, and some other time, I might share, American and Related History to Chess, Chess in Social and Behavioral Sciences, Chess with Creative Arts, Communication with Chess Education, Language-Philosophy-Culture Chess Education, LAPS (Life & Physical Science), Government-Political-Science Chess Course, Professional Certificate Program, and Individual Component Area Option, and any other blended syllabus, that I have experimented with.