Whiteboards seem to go well with rough draft thinking. The students tended to share traumas from their pasts related to speed and fluency, such as timed tests, as well as moments of pride or of understanding. Relationships could be built through writing. The instructors taught out of common lesson plans. Students solved the same problems during class and for homework across all sections. Correct work could have more illuminating representations, an explanation could become more concise or include alternative word choices, or maybe it could be elaborated on further. An important orientation for learners during a Stronger and Clearer Each Time routine is assuming that we can learn from any of our colleagues.