Oral Histories

Interview of Diana Anderson

Physical education supervisor at the UCLA University Elementary School (UES).
Teaching Physical Education at the University Elementary School
Interviews not in a series, part one
UCLA and University of California History
UCLA University Elementary School
Biographical Note:
Physical education supervisor at the UCLA University Elementary School (UES).
Marston, Barbara
Anderson, Diana
Supporting Documents:
Records relating to the interview are located in the office of the UCLA Library's Center for Oral History Research.
Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
Summary of Anderson's life; moving around when young; education and employment; begins working at UCLA; hockey camps; physical education classes at UCLA; receives master's degree from University of Southern California; teaching at the University Elementary School (UES); activity program at UES; method of teaching dance; physical education at UES; outdoor education program; health care at UES; Corinne Seeds's philosophy of teaching; Anderson studies at Teachers College, Columbia University; teachers and administration at UES; waiting list and diversity of applicants at UES; Corinne Seeds; activities in Education 330; UES moves from Warner Avenue to Sunset Boulevard; UES students study Mexico; Seeds's approach to teaching; relationship between UES and the Graduate School of Education; the Family School Alliance and the controversy over Seeds's unit on Russia; Phillip Lambert; principals after Seeds; superior teaching at UES; Seeds's illness and death; activities since retirement.