First of all, I was completely amazed by Ms Elliott in 1968. What a bold and profound thing she did. She clearly had a strong and trusting rapport with her students and complete management of her class. I was so impressed by how matter-of-factly she handled her students' questions and comments. She epitomized non-judgement while administering the experiment. I don't think it's a lesson that could be conducted in classrooms today- no one would allow collars like that on kids, even for educational purposes. I was stunned by the kids' complete acceptance and taking up of her arbitrary discrimination and how quickly they bought into it.