What makes a good physics problem?

Part of the reassessment process has students pick problems to solve that they think are good demonstrations of their understanding of the material (or the standard).

For me (as the evaluator), I can learn quite a bit about what a student thinks just based on the problem they pick to solve. However, it seems that students really don’t want to pick problems. They would prefer to have me just tell them…

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