I'm interested in hearing what roles the inclusion teachers take in other secondary teachers' classrooms. I went to meet my inclusion this week and both teachers seemed very nice. One is a certified teacher(history and special ed) and the other is a parapro who is looking to be an english teacher in the future. My problem is that I'm not really sure what to expect from them day to day. The certified teacher basically said hello and gave me a list of the inclusion students. The parapro asked me if I would be willing to co-teach. If I'm honest I didn't really like the idea, but I don't want to have a bad dynamic with this person. I worked with an inclusion teacher during student teaching. That teacher basically assisted students during classwork, helped with behavior issues, and took students out to test who needed accommodations. I did all the "teaching" so to speak. Thanks for any suggestions.