Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

  1. Wow, I like you guys because you guys are good at explaining and you are funny some time idk why XD #subscribe

  2. Trump does not hate other people, Hilary is the one that came up with that crap on him so that people will go against him and hate him and call him a racist. Don't be fooled people.

  3. You guys nailed it on this video! 👏🏼🙌🏼👏🏼🙌🏼👏🏼❤️❤️❤️

  4. those students are gonna get suspicious pretty soon XD that teacher sure does like to "prank" them into lessons 😛

  5. Great teaching strategy! To the people in the comments who don't think Trump is trying to segregate us, he literally doesn't want people from other parts of the world to come to our country. Like I don't know how to make that more clear to you.

  6. Diversity is a good thing. It's too bad the LGBT community had hijacked the term, when they are the exact opposite of diverse. Man+man =same, not diverse. Woman+woman=same, not diverse. Man+woman= different, diverse.

  7. My history teacher gave a long boring lectures that you couldn't keep up with. Then he tested us in 3 days with no review time. And he never interacted with the class. Damn I wish I had a teacher like this. My grades would be great

  8. Damn that school is diverse. Either that or I'm just used to basically a bunch of white people and a handful of Mexicans, and maybe like five black people

  9. That junior/senior dating freshman/sophmores thing was really interesting. Here in the UK, while in school, it's very taboo and frowned upon to date outside your year group. When I was in year 9 (14 years old or somethin) a boy in my class started dating a girl in the year below and everyone took the piss out of him and grilled him even after he ended it. Although, when i was bout that age and had a brief time with n older girl, no one bat an eye lid. Interesting to hear the opinions of American schools students on this.

    May I ask, would it be frowned upon in the US if someone who has just started high school was dating someone who is in the last year of middle school? or a freshman in college was dating a high school senior?

  10. my school has the 5th and 6th grade on the second floor and the 7th and 8th grade on the top, but it makes sense because we have different scheduals

  11. These clips are quite powerful. Has the teacher ever done a lesson on colonialism and Native Americans or genocide? Not respecting treaties, beliefs, taking children from families, and such?

  12. I wonder what this teacher and his students would have to say about recent events and the removal of US historical monuments?

  13. Diversity is fine until it hits you at home and only then will you want to be away from the race that brings the chaos .

  14. Muslims should be grateful Jews brought diversity to the region by establishing Israel.
    Indians and Inuits should be grateful Europeans brought diversity to North America by establishing the US.

  15. This takes place in Union High School in Union, New Jersey. I can tell because of the badge. I’m a student at the Township of Union Public Schools District (Burnet Middle School) and every teacher in the district has that badge the woman is wearing.

  16. My major is learning about how to make class/learning interesting so that student is engage with the teacher and this teacher is really great. I respect him so much!

  17. @SoulPancake and Nick Ferroni,
    Can you teach kids about how people with mental and physical disabilities/disorders are treated, and the stigma surrounding that, in your discussions of diversity? There's plenty to draw on with regards to major human rights violations of the past and present: the eugenics movement that inspired Hitler, the history of mental institutions, the promised replacements for mental institutions that were never built, the history of lobotomies, the treatment of women (see all things related to hysteria), the daily stigma and microaggressions… Echoing your video on women in congress, the biggest/most well known group 'advocating' people with autism was once Autism Speaks. For many years, their organization had NO ONE in a higher up position who actually had autism, making 'Autism Speaks' a misnomer. They advocated a type of therapy classified by many as abuse. They searched for a cure many autistic people did not want. Promotional videos tended to be fearmongering, with one early video featuring a woman talking about how she often wanted to kill herself and her autistic daughter and how only neurotypical daughter stopped her, while her autistic child is playing in the background. (What makes this more chilling: https://autismmemorial.wordpress.com/, which catalogues deaths of autistic people caused by prejudice against autism, shows 17 autistic murder victims in the USA in 2017, 10 of them being minors and 11 showing caretakers (staff of a group home) or family members involved in the murders (the overlap: eight autistic minors killed by family members in 2017).) Students with disabilities do experience increased bullying in schools and some behaviors that might be deemed abusive from staff, which include, in my experience or the experience of people I know, unnecessary restraint, enforced isolation, and physical 'corrections' that were excessive and violent and terrifying. Students with disabilities are at a higher risk of not being believed when they report physical illness, bullying, and sexual harassment or sexual abuse. And if your school is like mine, none of this is ever discussed. It would have made a huge impact on me if in high school, my struggles relating to being autistic and the historical abuse of the mentally and physically abnormal had been acknowledged and empathized with, rather than ignored, denied, and compounded.

  18. I believe that while your experiment is interesting, you actually have come to the wrong conclusion. It's not as simple as Jim Crow = Bad, thus diversity = good. Hear me out, there's one small… misunderstanding.

    Diversity is not the contrary of segregation. Congregation is the opposite of segregation. Both segregation and congregation are not inherently bad, if I have my friend group and you have yours, it's not bad to stick to my friends because I feel more comfortable around them or I'm just trying to have fun with them. It only becomes bad when either are forced, thus forced congregation or forced diversity, and segregation or forced uniformity, are inherently bad. Just because forced segregation is bad, it doesn't mean diversity is good, because we are not working with a good and evil dichotomy. Both segregation/uniformity and congregation/diversity are bad when forced. Uniformity and Diversity, as long as not forced, are neither inherently good nor bad, you might like it, but it doesn't make it good or not evil like jim crow laws. What does unforced uniformity looks like?, well, basically a country like china or my home of Mexico. You might like that all people are diverse, but many mexicans and chinese like that their countries are uniform, they share a certain je ne se quois brotherhood and patriotism. My point is that neither diversity or uniformity are better than the other. The only good/evil dichotomy is that of freedom/serfdom, which makes sense because slavery is bad, that's basically the real conclusion of this experiment; Slavery, Bondage, Force = Bad, Freedom = Awesome.

  19. This is kind of stupid, diversity is not the contrary of segregation. Congregation is the opposite of segregation. Both segregation and congregation are not inherently bad, if I have my friend group and you have yours, it's not bad to stick to my friends because I feel more comfortable around them or I'm just trying to have fun with them. It only becomes bad when either are forced, thus forced congregation or forced diversity, and segregation or forced uniformity, are inherently bad. Just because forced segregation is bad, it doesn't mean diversity is good, because we are not working with a good and evil dichotomy. Both segregation/uniformity and congregation/diversity are bad when forced. Uniformity and Diversity, as long as not forced, are neither inherently good nor bad, you might like it, but it doesn't make it good or not evil like jim crow laws. What does unforced uniformity looks like?, well, basically a country like china or my home of Mexico. You might like that all people are diverse, but many mexicans and chinese like that their countries are uniform, they share a certain je ne se quois brotherhood and patriotism. My point is that neither diversity or uniformity are better than the other. The only good/evil dichotomy is that of freedom/serfdom, which makes sense because slavery is bad, that's basically the real conclusion of this experiment; Slavery, Bondage, Force = Bad, Freedom = Awesome.

  20. how do these kids not realize these things are bullshit by now i mean some of the videos are good but you gotta realize that after one of these or at lest two, right?

  21. Segregation is a good thing all the most successful countries have homogeneously genetic populations. There are no multicultural success stories in written history.

  22. My teacher did something like this on us. She told us that we had to pay 10 cents for each paper we used in class. So homework would be 50 cents and if you couldn't pay it youd get a failing grade. It was a lesson on the stamp act

  23. Nick, you should have your own TV show where you do these and more experiential lessons in classrooms so America can hear the opinions and reactions of young people across the country about the way people treat each other in light of historical events. Especially since all these lessons are so important in our country right now.

  24. 2:11 what if they're siblings? The junior/senior sibling will have to bring the freshman/sophomore sibling to a school event if it was, for example, a school dance and they're both going.

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