I want the good, the bad, and the ugly! I was hired to be an inclusion teacher this year, and I have very little other information about my position. Though I do have some experience with co-teaching during my student teaching in high school and then as an LTS in 5th grade, I'd love to find out about other people's experiences so I can make this a great year. Obviously, all people and schools and children are different, so something that's good for you may not work for me and vice versa, but since I'm not the only one in this partnership and my co-teacher (or co-teachers) may be quite different than me, I'd like to get a variety of viewpoints. I'd love to hear from teachers of all different grade levels, gen ed and sped alike. I personally would love to take an active role in the class, not just a support role if student needs allow it. I want to help plan and create and deliver instruction...everything that is part of being a teacher. Thanks for sharing!