Teaching with Beginning Bridge
Beginning Bridge, by Barbara Seagram and Linda Lee, is a great resource for teaching students who have never played bridge or a similar card game. Here are some tips for integrating this book into your teaching.
How to Run a Successful Novice / Intermediate Program
Read sections compiled from the article, “Running a Successful Novice/Intermediate Program at a Club” by Barbara Seagram, owner of Barbara Seagram School of Bridge, written September 30, 2008
Copy Right: Information on Copyright Law for Bridge Teachers
Ray Lee, editor and publisher, discusses copyright. “I am often asked by bridge teachers what they can and cannot do with published material in the classroom. Their intended uses run from using an example deal out of a book in a lesson through to photocopying chapter summaries and quizzes to use as handouts. When a teacher asks us for permission to do something like the latter, we look at every case on its own merits and try to be accommodating. However, let me give you some broad guidelines, and (I hope) answer some of the most common questions.” – Ray Lee
Teaching on Cruises
In this article series, Barbara Seagram shares her advice and experience on teaching bridge on cruises.