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Kaitlyn Herthel Exploring Teaching as a Profession Elementary School Observations Randolphville Elementary School, located in Piscataway, New Jersey, is filled with energetic and positive students in Mrs. Corkwell’s kindergarten class. The school educates kindergarten through 3 rd grade students. The school has an interesting architectural design- whereas there is a new wing with a welcoming entrance in the back of the school, with the older, darker entrance serving the employees and families. There are three full-day Kindergarten classes, all located in the new wing. In Mrs. Corkwell’s class, the students are finely-tuned to work within a schedule. Upon entering each morning, they put their folders in a box, answer the Mystery Question, and start their coloring page. After about fifteen minutes of attentive coloring, a clean-up song is played and the students know it is time to clean-up and sit in the front of the room. There, they practice the days of the week and establish the date, talk about the weather and what they did the day before. Throughout their morning session, the
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course EDU 101 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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