We were back at Edinaman today to finish off our first school week, and I continued my IIAB lessons with the students. It was a day full of fun competitions using Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg, and Open Street Maps. The first person to answer each question correctly won a pen with the logo of Cardinal Health, my dad's employer, and the students were very excited to receive them! At the end of class, I had the students think of their own Internet-in-a-Box scavenger hunt questions, and some of the questions they formed were quite challenging. I was impressed with how quickly they solved each other's questions, though! After the lesson, several of the students hung around in the ICT lab and asked me questions about how I became involved in my work and what my role was in creating and preparing the IIAB server. I also gave them a preview of Scratch, the program that I will be teaching them next week, and they seemed very excited to dive into the world of computer programming. After I finished teaching, my father and I headed over to Elmina Beach Resort, where we will be spending the weekend. It will be a great chance to relax after an action-packed week and spend some time along the beach!