Oral History Interview with Hildur Anderson, 1991 September 12. Side A.
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In this interview excerpt, Hildur Anderson discusses her teaching days. She recalls a story where a girl named Barbara jumps out of the window during a class. Anderson, however, paid no attention to the girl and just let her back into the classroom. The story exemplifies Anderson's teaching approach: letting the kids plan their own schedules and letting them decide what they want to do as long as it is agreeable with Anderson. Anderson also discusses how she taught grades one through eight and had students of different grade levels work with each other. Anderson also talks about teaching piano to Martin and Amelia Cerise.