I need advice on how to help gen ed students see things from my sped student perspective. Some of my intellectually disabled students attend gen ed classes in HS. This is a new situation for many gen ed students in our district because inclusion is not promoted. Three gen ed students were seen telling one of my students to repeat "bad" words, which he readily complied with because he is echolalic and really wants to please and be part "of the gang." I have also witnessed these same student be very helpful to my student in his gen ed class, so my assumption is that they just got carried away and the game went from bad to worst. Anyway, the Dean assigned them to help out in my classroom tomorrow. I'm not sure it is a good way to teach them appropriate ways to interact with intellectually disabled students, but I wasn't given a choice. Any advice on making it a worthwhile and good learning experience for them? They do seem genuinely interested in seeing what my classroom is about. I teach in a functional (life skills) HS self-contained classroom.