I'm the only person in my section of OLPC because of some freak of scheduling, and it's actually been really fun because I get to be more flexible about what I do in class and learn more at my own pace! I have made some games in Scratch, like the Brickbreaker game below, and some animations in Etoys, like an astronaut in space. I've started to learn some Python as well because I aspire to create an astronomy teaching app for the Sugar operating system, which the XO laptops use. My understanding of formal coding languages like Python has really supplemented my experiences with Scratch and Etoys, but they have also fed my understanding of code in in return! I have done a lot of repairs on the XO hardware, including figuring out how to reset the clock and replace the battery, and this has helped me realize that even though I like software more than hardware, doing repairs on the hardware is fun and I'm pretty good at it! Problem-solving to replace parts and fix bugs on the XO's is a lot of fun and makes me feel accomplished. I also enjoyed going to the 5th grade and sharing my Scratch skills with them. It was good preparation for the trip to St. John because it made me think about how to improve my own skills as a teacher and got me excited to go and teach the kids there!