But…where are the problems?
Typical end-of-chapter problems can be solved by rote memorization, pattern-match, and plug-and-chug techniques
Good problems should require students to make assumptions and estimates, develop models, and work through the model.
A source of problems outside the commercial texts needs to be developed.
“The problem with problems,” E. Mazur, Optics and Photonic News 7, 59 (1996)