I've seen this video multiple times before, but it was interesting to watch it again during these current times. As I have a 5 and almost-3 year old, I want to think that they're beyond this type of behavior, but they're not. I had two main thoughts while watching the video. First, I wondered if this was an ethical activity to do with students, since it led to some student distress. Second, I started thinking about how all of Jane Elliot's messages were very overt. I wondered if there was anything in what she was doing that was more subtle and still impacted students' views and opinions. For example, during the part where she was highlighting that the student who had forgotten his glasses had blue eyes, while another student with brown eyes had remembered her glasses, she was very clear about the fact that this was related to eye color. What would the impact have been if she didn't point out these differences explicitly, but was still addressing some students more than others, as happens in our school systems today?