Challenge! Day to Day 264

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. . . . and here my day was going so well.
Well, I dunno - it's very fitting, in many ways. It solves two problems and covers two challenges, all in one go. Nice one, as far as I'm concerned.

We're only getting the static version here anyway, I guess ... fine by me, too.

@drd1135 Steve, just as an afterthought and only if you have the means, but: Stuff like that works with a stylus and tablet, too - and then can be corrected, adjusted and re-used or even replayed, depending on the software you use. Of couse, the image provides the key benefits as well. My current tool for things of this kind is simply OneNote - and either a tablet or a stylus-enabled touchscreen. This has served me well during our extremely diverse and ever-changing teaching arrangements over the last year. In my usual classroom, an interactive screen has been installed - very handy, and it serves as a whiteboard, too; I'm looking forward to being able to use it more regularly in the future (at the moment, in a reversal of usual arrangements, the students stay in their rooms, and we move between classes ...). We have to take whatever we get in times like these - and I'll gladly take progress of this kind into account. Every little thing helps.

Here's mine for today ... "Potpourri":

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drd1135

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Well, I dunno - it's very fitting, in many ways. It solves two problems and covers two challenges, all in one go. Nice one, as far as I'm concerned.

We're only getting the static version here anyway, I guess ... fine by me, too.

@drd1135 Steve, just as an afterthought and only if you have the means, but: Stuff like that works with a stylus and tablet, too - and then can be corrected, adjusted and re-used or even replayed, depending on the software you use. Of couse, the image provides the key benefits as well. My current tool for things of this kind is simply OneNote - and either a tablet or a stylus-enabled touchscreen. This has served me well during our extremely diverse and ever-changing teaching arrangements over the last year. In my usual classroom, an interactive screen has been installed - very handy, and it serves as a whiteboard, too; I'm looking forward to being able to use it more regularily in the future (at the moment, in a reversal of usual arrangements, the students stay in their rooms, and we move between classes ...). We have to take whatever we get in times like these - and I'll gladly take progress of this kind into account. Every little thing helps.

Here's mine for today ... "Potpourri":

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I have an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil. It’s much easier to use a Pad and #2 pencil and take a pic. Seriously.
 
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drd1135

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Oh, my response was entirely tongue-in-cheek. I've joked with Steve numerous times that Chemistry was my nightmare subject during my university studies.
Yeah. That’s why I keep posting this stuff.
On another note, I was explaining this answer to five students on Zoom as I was writing that solution on the Pad. When they asked a question, I responded using the Pad, which means that I'm surprised how coherent that exposition came out to be. In all seriousness, this period of virtual pedagogy has been a real learning experience for me.
 
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