Today there was again no power in Axim, but both of my lessons ran without a hitch! In the morning I taught the younger kids how to use Wikipedia, starting with me asking them to search terms like "Ghana" and "Axim." I also had them search "Columbus, Ohio" so that they could see where I live, too! Once they got the hang of it, I gave them time to explore whatever they wanted. It's always fun to see what they choose to search, and today's kids looked up everything for "God of War video games" to "China." They were very sad when I eventually told them it was time to shut down, but I promised them I would give them more time to explore during tomorrow's lesson. In the afternoon I was back with the girls at AGSHS, and we also focused on Wikipedia. However, I gave them questions to answer using Wikipedia and called them up one at a time to find the answer using my computer. At first, they were very hesitant to volunteer, but after a few questions people were very eager to try answering a question. The girls enjoyed cheering each other on as they attempted to answer the questions - after all, the computer that they used was projected on the wall for everyone to see! At 5:00, just as I was saying goodbye, the power came back on in the school, and the girls all begged for us to continue the lesson using all of their computers. Unfortunately, we all had other places to go, but I told them to be optimistic and hope that the power would stay on for tomorrow's lesson. However, I was so happy to see that they are all very excited to finally begin using the IIAB on their own.