I am remembering back to when I first started to wrap my head around what "inclusion" actually means. So often we go to the idea that inclusion means belonging but in the end belonging happens on a spectrum and it seems to be that at times this definition can actually work against the development of meaningful relationships for people with disabilities. So I go back to my original idea of inclusion meaning being part of a community. I think the extra that comes with being part of a community is that when you are part of a community you don't just take from it, you also give to it.
So back to that twitter question. What if we authentically looked at community building instead of classroom management? Would people then see the students that I serve as assets rather than liabilities in this kind of classroom?