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  • in reply to: PACU scenario #27345
    Terry Jenkinson
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    Emily
    I have played so many times I can get everything right, I feel so successful. The story is interesting and informative. Your buttons work well and it all flows together. I did want to see the picture in the background. I felt like if I answered a certain way the words would go away and I would get to see the picture.

    On the video last week, Christy showed us the { at the top of the style box and the very bottom to make the top header smaller (if you want it smaller) }
    Watch the spaces on the { because it took me awhile to get it right because I had an unnecessary space.

    Storyline makes each slide uniform regardless of text on the slide. I don’t know how to do that with Twine. My project has different size screens. I find it distracting to have different size screens with the picture behind it. I don’t know if you can make the screen size uniform in Twine even if you want to.

    Great job.
    Terry

    Terry

    in reply to: Patient ID Scenario #27344
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Nathalie,
    This is a beautiful start. I like your first offer to the learner for a refresher before they start the scenario very much.
    I like the way you put the person by the gauge, I sometimes don’t notice the expressions when they are not obvious in stories but the placement of the gauge so close makes it perfectly clear. The options are challenging and interesting. The story has drama and purpose. Excellent job.

    On one slide the meter starts with a big drop maybe because she is waiting while Rihan looks it up.
    You might have the words “meanwhile, the line of patients…” later on the timeline so they fade in and the timer drops when the waiting words come in. That meter is still for Samantha even though she is not pictured in the scene right?

    You might use Rihan’s name on this slide so it is easier to keep track of who is who.

    Samantha rolls eyes scene
    coworker gets annoyed
    How should Rihan respond?

    I have found it helpful to arrange twine like storyline is arranged when transferring from one program to another.

    Great job.
    Terry.

    in reply to: Mentoring Scenario #27314
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Adding png of Twine

    in reply to: Patient Identification Scenario NK #27313
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Nathalie,

    Great job on your scenario. You have a lot of information in it. The choices worked well and the story flowed well.
    I particularly liked this phrase:

    “Keeping the patient informed about what you are doing in the system is a nice way to let them know they are being taken care of.”

    and then this sentence added the drama

    “Although, this was apparently not enough.”

    I am assuming everyone reading the scenario will know what a warm hand off means. It seems self explanatory and I am guessing it is a best practice.

    “If possible, she will plan to complete a warm hand off.”

    And every time I give you feedback I will mention this line because I love it and I want to make sure it stays in your scenario.

    “These interactions can be tricky. Would you like to try again to perfect your skills? Practice makes perfect and we do tend to learn best from our mistakes!”

    Thanks for sharing your scenario with us.
    Terry

    in reply to: First draft of full PACU scenario #27312
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Emily,

    I enjoyed your scenario very much. The chooses worked and it played well. I like your conversational voice, I can hear people really saying the things your characters say. I especially like the way Madison says I don’t think I can explain it can you? It is nice she admitted she didn’t know it and it was a great option for the player to be able to choose yes or no and get help.

    I could feel the drama in your scenario and it felt like I was there. I like the different outcome options even though they are not happy endings. If you choose to add “it would need to be documented by the national medical regulatory board” like you put in your comments that is real and pretty scary stuff too. It might get students attention even better than someone dying in a scenario.

    I liked the explanation to the family. The part where you say “You continue, “it will be added to Brian’s medical records. It’s also important to discuss this with any biologically related family members so that they can be aware of their increased risk for MH.” If I was the family I would have lots of questions just like this family did.

    Thanks for sharing your story with us.
    Terry

    in reply to: Mentoring Scenario twine pdf #27215
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Emily,
    Thanks for your feedback. I am using Nathalie and Christy’s suggestions for wording so that should help people understand without much effort.

    in reply to: Mentoring Scenario twine pdf #27214
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Nathalie,
    Thanks for your detailed comments. I used your suggestions and simplified my wording. I like short and simple too.

    in reply to: Nursing Pacu U Scenario #27213
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Emily,
    Thank you for sharing your project. I like the style of your screens very much. I was worried I was going to kill off the patient but I knew from before you were not planning on that (Yay). I liked your encouragement when I choose the correct answer. You have so much information I would have liked a notes option where I could check what I had learned before. I just used the go back button for this.

    Terry

    in reply to: Link to Itch. io #27212
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Nathalie,
    Thanks for sharing your project. I love this wording for doing it again. “These interactions can be tricky. Would you like to try again to perfect your skills? Practice makes perfect and we learn best from our mistakes!” It made me want to get them all right and I did do it again and try every path.

    I never thought about asking people to say it louder and others overhearing being a confidentiality issue. I did guess that it was wrong based on the other answers. Thanks for sharing the project and twine screenshot. I find that very helpful.

    I will not be on the call this week and I am behind on my project. (Kansas City has the NFL Football draft in town, I love football but most of all I love filming them build the big temporary buildings to have the show in.) See you next week.

    Terry

    in reply to: Customer Support scenario #27211
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Erich,

    Great job getting so much work done. I have fallen in love with Daniel. I wish he was my customer support rep. Daniel is very helpful, I love how after turning the international calls off he offered to show the customer how to turn the international calls back on if they later want to.

    Your lesson is full of useful information. I liked the scammer explanation. “Since these are often value-added numbers, these scammers earn money from these callbacks, and the longer the call lasts, the more.” I guess that explains why they leave long rambling messages. I didn’t know any of that.

    I liked this comment “If you do not agree with information provided in this scenario, take a note. We can discuss it in the following classroom training.” However you might not need it because you will probably discus the scenario anyway.

    I will not be on the call this week and I am behind on my project but I look forward to chatting with you all on the call next week.

    Terry

    in reply to: Mentoring Scenario twine pdf #27145
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Thanks for the feedback Erich. I’m glad you thought it was fun too.
    Terry

    in reply to: Customer support Scenario #27144
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Erich,
    Great job on being the first one to post your project. I like your story, hints and specific references to internal sources to find more information. You referenced “keeping Mymobile’s values in mind.” Are there particular values you plan to cover in this scenario?
    Terry

    in reply to: Nursing PACU first decision #27143
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Emily,
    Great job on your first scenario. I can’t wait to see what the style looks like. I liked your better and best classifications even if it is just for yourself and the learner never sees it. I am going to change my project to those terms. Your story builds excitement and I am anxious to learn more. Keep up the great work.
    Terry

    in reply to: Mentoring Scenario #27124
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Christy, Thanks for your feedback. I incorporated it in my scenario in the next lesson.

    in reply to: Patient Identification Scenario #27119
    Terry Jenkinson
    Participant

    Hi Natalie,

    Thanks for sharing your project.

    I too like your detailed descriptions and everything everyone else said. I also like the goal in your summary of having a safe place to practice optimal patient identification. I know I get caught up on getting it right and forget how much I can learn and remember when I got it wrong the first time. I will always remember 7×8=56 because I got it wrong on my multiplication tables but I have long since forgotten the ones I got right.

    I look forward to seeing you on the call on Wednesday.

    Terry

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