The Healthy Teacher Project 7 – Interview with Peppi Orfanogianni

I’m so excited to have been interviewed by Luke Richardson for The Healthy Teacher Project.

Below is a reblog of his article and the highlights of the interview, along with a link to his blog and more information about The Healthy Teacher Project. View the original post, don’t miss out! ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

Till next time…

Peppi Orfanogianni

Luke Richardson

What is The Healthy Teacher Project?

Peppi is a primary school teacher in Athens, Greece. Sheโ€™s from Greece but trained to teach in the UK before returning. A teacher for 20 years she still talks about the job with passion and excitement.

Itโ€™s great to get a view on teachersโ€™ health issues from someone outside England. I feel, as teachers, we too often see ourselves as the centre of the educational world โ€“ if we do consider other countries itโ€™s, โ€œcountry X does this, why canโ€™t we,โ€ or โ€œcountry Y does this, Iโ€™m glad Iโ€™m not there.โ€

Peppi talks openly about the sorts of issues we face on a daily basis: workload, reliance on data and the constant need to prioritize. Although she does mention doing the job in 30 degrees requires a siesta after lunch โ€“ not a problem we have in the UK.

Listen to my conversation withโ€ฆ

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  One thought on “The Healthy Teacher Project 7 – Interview with Peppi Orfanogianni

  1. 29 June 2018 at 11:57

    Good one, Peppi.

    Liked by 1 person

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