In my computer lessons, I always strive to encourage problem-solving and critical thinking skills by creating opportunities for students to analyze, evaluate, and solve real-world problems. Firstly, I always start with a clear objective and outline of the problem we are trying to solve. I encourage my students to brainstorm different possible solutions and analyze each solution's advantages and disadvantages. I also facilitate discussions that challenge them to think about the implications of their solutions. I also incorporate hands-on activities and assignments that require them to apply the concepts they have learned in class. I guide them to reflect on their work and identify areas that need improvement, challenging them to apply critical thinking skills to analyze what they could have done better. In summary, I strive to create a dynamic and engaging learning environment that encourages my students to think critically and apply problem-solving skills effectively.