I’m not an educator now, but one of my first jobs was as a Scratch instructor for a tech-focused summer camp. We had a parent showcase on Fridays where the students (mostly 7th graders) would show their parents the project they had worked on all week.
One of my students (I’ll call her Leah) was getting more and more upset as Friday morning wore on. Her code wasn’t doing what she wanted it to and the game she wanted to show her parents just wasn’t working. Leah called me over to help her with one of the issues, and after we fixed it she said something like “but what if I can’t fix all the problems before my parents get here!”. I said “Leah, just so you know, I could fix all the issues in a couple of minutes if you needed me to. But I’m just your safety net, this is your project and I know you can get it working by the afternoon”. And she did, and she made an amazing game, and I was so proud of her.