As an Architect, I sometimes attend the Architect school. I'm learning so much that I thought I'd share some of the lessions with you.
First lession: the white board is your friend. Until you accept that and embrace it, you will not be a great architect.
Then as time goes on, we work our way up to actually using the white board. Too often someone jumps right to the whiteboard without the proper background or respect for the whiteboard. The end result is often painful to witness. We start out slow working with simple lines and work our way up. In this lesson, we work with up to 4 lines.
The graduate classes take whiteboarding to a whole new level where it can almost speak to the audience on it's own without any words needed.
Someday I'll get to that level - but it's a long road.