Contextual Constraints In Instructional Design

Are you an Instructional Designer? Have you ever played chess? Maybe you hate the game? Many say it is a difficult game so why even try to learn, right? Is it possible to view the challenge as a possibility to learn something new, to advance your skills? What in the world am I talking about? How is the game of chess related to the field of Instructional Design? Take a moment to think about it? Come up with any connections?

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