Blog: Learning Games Part 1: It's an Open Book
Learning games are a key feature of the online training. I recommend you do the games while you’re reading the QBook. The idea is not to study for the “test” before you do the games; rather, the games are a primary way to study and practice. You can play them as many times as you need to in order to reach the criterion level score (70% to earn CEUs). In the process, you will meet the real objectives: enhance your comprehensive and mastery of the content so that you can improve your effectiveness with patients.
Open Game Windows while reading text in QBook. This takes a bit of finesse. As you get more skilled with the online system, you will easily manipulate the windows for sizing and placement: you can open a game for a specific QBook section and go back and forth between the game and the text.
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Posted by Ed on Dec 19, 2010