Go as Communication

Go as Communication

The Educational and Therapeutic Value of the Game of Go

Yasutoshi Yasuda

Schule & Lernen


76 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783940563903

Verlag: Brett und Stein Verlag

Erscheinungsdatum: 21.09.2021

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Nein

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Go as Communication is the record of a surprising discovery, namely, that a simple game called First Capture Go can have enormous educational and therapeutic value.
Yasutoshi Yasuda, the person responsible for this discovery, is a Japanese professional Go player. Concerned about social problems in Japanese schools, Yasuda began introducing a simplified version of Go to school children and discovered to his surprise that it had immediate positive effects. His experiences with school children encouraged Yasuda to expand his efforts to homes for the elderly and then to institutions for the mentally and physically handicapped. In every case, the game had a tremendous positive impact.
The version of the game that is used in these programs is quite easy to learn, and it is easy to make playing equipment. The book provides thorough practical guidance for both teaching the game and creating playing sets.
There really is no impediment for anyone who finds Yasuda's program as appealing - and inspiring - as I and many other people do. The rewards are immediate and obvious. Scores of people around the world have introduced the capture game to thousands of people of all ages with very satisfying results.
Yasuda's program offers everyone an opportunity to make a positive difference. William Cobb
Yasutoshi Yasuda

Yasutoshi Yasuda

Born in Nakama, Fukuoka prefecture in 1964, Yasuda studied under Mr. Yusuda Oeda, a nine dan professional Go player, and succeeded in his aim of becoming a professional in 1985. He won the four dan section of the Kisei tournament in 1985. He was promoted to nine dan, the highest rank of professional players, in 1998.

Yasuda Yasutoshi, geboren 1964 in Nakama, Präfektur Fukuoka, erhielt seine Ausbildung im Go vom Profi Oeda Yusuke 9. Dan.
Sein Ziel, Profi zu werden, erreichte er im Jahr 1985. Im selben Jahr wurde er Sieger der 4.-Dan-Sektion des Kisei-Turniers.
Zum 9. Dan, dem höchsten Profi-Rang, wurde er 1998 promoviert.

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