But giving feedback isn't enough. Students need to honor your feedback. They need to be able to act upon it, turn it over, do something with it, and fix whatever is broken in their knowledge. How many times have you as a teacher taken the time to give students timely, actionable feedback on an assignment only to see it crumpled up in your trash can after the period is over?
In order for students to really learn, they have to learn that fixing what's wrong is part of the process. It's not a matter of "Oh I'm wrong I guess I'm done learning now moving on to the next topic." It's a matter of "I'm still learning, and I have to work towards getting it right." It's fostering that growth mindset. It's unfixing a fixed one.
It's changing the way school is done to students by making them a part of the process rather than the recipient of some teacher scrawlings on an assignment that they've been taught they can ignore.
Give them good feedback. And then make them fix it. As many times as it takes for them to get it right-make them fix it.