The teacher begins class with a smile and a welcoming and enthusiastic tone. She wants her students to feel safe and comfortable before they begin their lesson on hate speech - a topic that is often difficult and emotional for many people.
The teacher tailors the viewable content for each of her individual students based on their background, previous experience and previous knowledge about hate speech.
The teacher also tailors the content for each of her individual students based on their learning styles. She enables audio-only for auditory learners, large font for students who are visually impaired, and extra definitions for students who do not have as wide of a vocabulary as other students.
Students individually view the videos and questions that are personally tailored to them based on their background, experiences and learning styles.
The students then sit in groups to discuss what they learned while the teacher reviews their answers to the video questions. She is looking for students whose answers indicate they need more help or support as a result of what was shown in the videos.
After class, the teacher will then meet individually with the students who she has identified as needing extra help or support.