@d-healey Sure - it was more of an educational idea, like marking homework, but more interactive and helpful.
For example, I do 1 to 1 sessions with students to help make their tracks better. If they have a track that they're working on already I'll suggest we do a few sessions on that track together, so they can see me talk through aspects of their production or song writing or sound design that could be improved, and then watch me execute those ideas. I don't want to rewrite their track, it's theirs, but they learn a lot from seeing their own work be adjusted.
I also tell them what's really good about the track, what to leave alone etc.