This chapter focuses on the classroom environment and how teachers might evoke and layer literacies to foster a harmonious culture that values and nurtures variation, movement, agency, and collaboration to deepen student learning. But regardless of the time instructors may have with their students, they can promote flexible classroom rhythms and learning spaces that engage students funds of knowledge. Such in-school and out-of-school connections can be difficult to foster, but the inclusion of online learning environments as a bridge between the two worlds can help students layer their experiences within and beyond the classroom. Across the classrooms noted in the chapter, we see how online and offline texts can work in concert to support student learning. Game-related learning also was part of Sara Walsh's students layered literacies. In each of the examples in the chapter, the educators aspired to create a community of learners who would engage in collaborative ideation, ultimately inviting a medley of perspectives and connections.