Dental hygienists' board game aids study
 

Dental News
Article detail

See the following article detail about

Dental hygienists' board game aids study

0845 527 9810

Article details for

Dental hygienists' board game aids study

 

Dental hygienists' board game aids study

Two dental hygienists have come up with the perfect solution to the tedious, studying slog dental hygiene students face leading up to the all-important board exams – turn it into a game.
 
Pass It! incorporates more than 1,000 important dental hygiene questions in a fun board game that will prepare any dental hygiene student for the board exams without the boredom, study fatigue or information overload usually associated with the intense exam studying.
 
US dental hygienists, Karen Isbister and Carrie Clotworthy, created the game during their studies for the board exam and have subsequently decided to release their secret studying aid to dental hygiene students across the country.
 
Pass It! does what textbooks and study notes can’t do — it keeps students engaged, competitive and focused.

Karen Isbister says: 'Dental hygiene students will be astounded by how much they learn and how painless the process can be. And with our carefully selected, targeted questions, students can be assured that when they play Pass It! they will be prepared for the dental hygiene board exams.'
 
Pass It! can be played in groups from two to four players.

The information on the question cards are all culled from textbooks, board exam material and hygienists’ personal experience, and represent the most relevant information for board exam test-takers.

Certain questions pertain to specific board exam 'requirements' like X-rays and dental materials, and none of the questions are multiple choice.

Contestants move their game piece around the board as they answer correctly to questions. Wildcard spots like the 'Tooth Fairy' and the 'Cavity Creep' keep the game entertaining.
 
The game works well for auditory learners, as questions are read aloud, and visual learners, as questions are read by contestants on a rotating basis.
 
Pass It! has been reviewed by the directors of dental hygiene schools across the States to very positive feedback and Karen and Carrie will be displaying and selling the games at dental hygiene conferences.
 
Given the importance of passing the board exams – students can wait months before re-testing after a failed exam – the board game can mean the difference between passing the exam and becoming a dental hygienist, or wasting months re-studying for a second chance at the exam.
 
And considering the price of textbooks, the $119 price tag for the game — which can be split between four contestants — is affordable even for students.
 
The game can also be used by experienced dental hygienists looking to brush up on details they might have forgotten.
 
For more information on Pass It!, or to order the board game, visit www.passitgame.com.

 Posted on : Fri 4th - Mar - 2011

 

Call Dental Support UK

Premium IT Support

  • All Servers & workstations covered..
  • Saturday Cover INCLUDED.
  • Telephone support.
  • Remote support.
  • 4 hour on-site Server response.
  • System monitoring.
  • Network monitoring and security.
  • Anti-Virus & Application updates.
  • Unlimited Remote Server Data backup.
  • Loan equipment on hardware failure.
  • Reduced rates for PC parts supply & installations.

No matter how big
your practice you
pay the same
price!!


ONLY

Click here for more info
Dental News Archives 2017

September - 2017
August - 2017
July - 2017
June - 2017
May - 2017
April - 2017
March - 2017
February - 2017
January - 2017

Dental News Archives 2016

December - 2016
November - 2016
October - 2016
September - 2016
August - 2016
July - 2016
June - 2016
May - 2016
April - 2016
March - 2016
February - 2016
January - 2016

Dental News Archives 2015

December - 2015
November - 2015
October - 2015
September - 2015
August - 2015
July - 2015
June - 2015
May - 2015
April - 2015
March - 2015
February - 2015
January - 2015

Dental News Archives 2014

December - 2014
November - 2014
October - 2014
September - 2014
August - 2014
July - 2014
June - 2014
May - 2014
April - 2014
March - 2014
February - 2014
January - 2014

Dental News Archives 2013

December - 2013
November - 2013
October - 2013
September - 2013
August - 2013
July - 2013
June - 2013
May - 2013
April - 2013
March - 2013
February - 2013
January - 2013

Dental News Archives 2012

December - 2012
November - 2012
October - 2012
September - 2012
August - 2012
July - 2012
June - 2012
May - 2012
April - 2012
March - 2012
February - 2012
January - 2012

Dental News Archives 2011

January - 2011
February - 2011
March - 2011
April - 2011
May - 2011
June - 2011
July - 2011
August - 2011
September - 2011
October - 2011
November - 2011
December - 2011

Dental News Archives 2010

December - 2010
November - 2010
October - 2010
September - 2010
August - 2010
July - 2010
June - 2010
May - 2010
April - 2010
March - 2010
February - 2010
January - 2010

Dental News Archives 2009

December - 2009
November - 2009
October - 2009
September - 2009
August - 2009
July - 2009
June - 2009
May - 2009
April - 2009
March - 2009
February - 2009
January - 2009

Dental News Archives 2008

December - 2008
November - 2008
October - 2008
September - 2008
August - 2008
July - 2008
June - 2008
May - 2008
April - 2008
March - 2008
February - 2008
January - 2008

Dental News Archives 2007

December - 2007
November - 2007
October - 2007
September - 2007
August - 2007
July - 2007
June - 2007
May - 2007
April - 2007
March - 2007
February - 2007
January - 2007

Dental News Archives 2006

December - 2006
November - 2006
October - 2006
September - 2006
August - 2006
July - 2006
June - 2006
May - 2006
April - 2006
March - 2006
February - 2006
January - 2006

Dental News Archives 2005

December - 2005
November - 2005
October - 2005
September - 2005
August - 2005
July - 2005
June - 2005
May - 2005

hide toolbar
Would you like weekly updates on our latest offers? If so enter your email :
Quick Remote Dental Support