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As a teacher, I believe that providing feedback and facilitating reflection on students' work is crucial to their learning process. In my computer lessons, I typically provide feedback to students by reviewing their work and providing specific, actionable suggestions for improvement. I make a point to highlight areas where students have done well, as well as areas where they could improve.
Additionally, I encourage students to reflect on their work by asking them to evaluate their own performance. For example, I might ask them questions about what they learned as they completed a particular project, or what they found challenging. By asking students to reflect on their work, I help them to become more self-aware and to better understand their own strengths and weaknesses.
Finally, I make sure to follow-up with students to see how they have implemented my feedback and whether they have made progress in their work. This not only helps students improve their skills, but also builds a sense of accountability and ownership for their own learning.