I have struggled to get my students to write clearly about the "data" consumed by a computing innovation along with other prompts. For this lesson, I chose 5 specific innovations and the students had to choose 1 of the 5. I have learned that if I give them free reign, they will take hours choosing a topic. So I narrowed the choices and chose ones that I did not expect them to use for their Explore PT. (Google Glass/Gas Buddy/GoFundMe/reMarkable/uber app). I wanted to focus more on the research & writing than creativity picking an innovation. After they completed the one-pager, I put them in a group with their peers who chose the same innovation. I made copies of each one-pager and distributed so everyone in the group had copies. I instructed each group to find "best examples" for purpose, data, benefit and graphic. For the next 30 minutes, each group discussed and shared among group members what made a great writing response to each prompt. I made sure that they focused on finding good examples..and not poor responses. I heard students say things like, "I did a bad job writing about data. In fact, I didn't touch on it at all." "She came up with a great benefit that I had not thought of." "He wrote it best with one sentence. Mine was too long and wordy." Having a variety of hardware and software innovations, also gave us the ability to discuss the challenges of writing specifically about data...and the importance of choosing an innovation that is easier to write about. I have seldom done peer review but I feel that they learned more from reading each other's responses than if I had graded each using the rubric and simply given a grade. Since the peer review, I am seeing their responses to "data" questions be more accurate and specific. I am sharing this in hopes it might help someone else whose students struggle to write good responses. This is my first year teaching AP CSP...love the curriculum..and am learning along the way with my students.