About Diane Coleman
I am the Elementary Physical Education Specialist at the Campus School and an Instructor in the School of Health Studies. This is my 34th year to teach at The University of Memphis. I teach one class a semester for the SHS Department and all the Physical Education classes (8 per day) at the Campus School. The Campus School is a laboratory school located on the university campus. The Campus School is a 1 - 5 grade school.
I received my Bachelors of Science from Memphis State University, Masters of Education from The University of Memphis and 45 above my Masters from The University of Memphis.
I have presented at the local, state, and national levels. Presentations include information related to Elementary Physical Education - activities, curriculum, integration of academics. I have been on the Memphis City Schools Elementary Curriculum Writing Committee for the last two times the curriculum has been rewritten in the last 10 years.
I was named TAHPERD (Tennessee Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year for 2007.
B. S. Elementary & Secondary Physical Education - Memphis State University - 1979
M.Ed. Physical Education - Memphis State University - 1981
Masters + 45 - The University of Memphis - 2004