I was hired to do a long term sub position for 2 months. I am working in an inclusive classroom full time. I am working with a very experienced general education teacher and feel almost like her teacher assistant! I have never taught before and she has for many, many, years so she obviously is very set in her ways and completely knows what she is doing. I'm a little worried about my role in the classroom, especially since she asked me to do one subject area and told me she would do the rest. I understand that I will be modifying my special ed kids work in the other lessons, but I'm wondering if this is typical of how an inclusion classroom runs.