Plus-Minus-Interesting Exercises To Encourage Student Reflection
It can be difficult to include time for reflection in a problem-solving course, and even more difficult to ensure that students reflect on their problem-solving strategy in a meaningful way. We have found the “plus-minus-interesting’’ or PMI scheme, to be a quick and effective framework for structuring brief, in-class reflection exercises that are completed by teams of students.
This article is published as Lamm, Monica H., and Catherine E. Brewer. "Plus-Minus-Interesting Exercises To Encourage Student Reflection." Chemical Engineering Education 48, no. 2. Posted with permission.