Stephanie Geddes

Title: Facilitator
Location: Napier; Taupō
  • MOE Accredited
  • English Medium Accredited

  • Communities of Learning / Kāhui Ako
  • Digital Fluency Curriculum
  • Embedding language, culture and identity
  • Engaging whānau and communities
  • Enhancing student agency
  • Innovative Teaching and Learning
  • Leading for Excellence
  • Lifting student achievement

Phone: 027 268 1852
Email: [email protected]


2016 GROWTH Coaching International: coaching accreditation programme

2015 INTASE (International Association for Scholastic Excellence) World Educational Leadership Summit

2014 Tikanga Māori, Mauri Ora

2010 Intervention Logic. DoView Outcomes Based Systems. Parker Duignan Consulting Group

2010 Vivane Robinson - Open-to-Learning Conversations Master Class

2006 Graduate paper - Supporting Teacher Learning

1993 New Zealand Education Council Teacher Practising Certificate

1989 Completed six graduate papers towards Master of Education

1986 Gradiate Teacher Endorsements: Computer Literacy, Computer Applications, Computer Programming

1985 Nevada State Teaching Licence

1985 Bachelor of Science - Elementary Education from the University of Nevado, Reno

My Experience

Ehara taku toa, i te takitahi, engari he toa takitini.

Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.

With strengths in developing and building collaborative learning cultures with positive learning-focused relationships we will work towards a common goal both within and across schools. I am a motivated and passionate educator with significant leadership and teaching experience in a number of different contexts and capacities, and have a deep knowledge and understanding of quality leadership and tranformational change. I deliver an unrelenting focus on student achievement and meeting the needs of priority learning is delivered through deliberately differentiated and strategic approaches.

I am currently a facilitator in Leadership and Assessment and Teacher of Innovative Practices and Leadership Coach at a primary school in Taupō. I am also involved in The School in the Cloud as a volunteer ‘Granny’ supporting the learning of underprivileged children globally.