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Have older students set up the process for the next class in the computer lab.
When working on lengthy technology projects, print out step-by-step instructions. Include some that say "Save your work; do not go any further until you help your neighbors reach this point."
Make it a class rule that students can help one another but cannot ever touch another student's computer.
Keep a red plastic cup at each computer. When students need help, have them place the highly visible cups on top of their monitors.