Stephanie Fedorowicz was part of SJIIM’s founding team, teaching in Year 6 and leading the maths provision across the Elementary School. She joined St. Joseph’s from St. Edward’s School in the UK, where she was a Year 5 teacher, SENCO and Science Coordinator for five years. During that time, she completed her Masters’ Degree, focusing on educational research and mathematics teaching. Stephanie is passionate about meeting the needs of each pupil in her care – getting to know them as individuals and helping them become empowered learners. She is also the Phase Leader for Phase 3, looking after Years 5 and 6.
Stephanie graduated summa cum laude from DePauw University, with a Bachelor’s degree in economics and spent two years as an Investment Banker with JPMorgan in Hong Kong. She then went on to do her PGCE in Primary Education at Oxford Brookes University, where she specialised in the education of Gifted and Talented pupils. At SJIIM she has led maths training for staff across the Elementary School, as well as liaising with the High School maths team to ensure a smooth transition for pupils. In her previous school, Stephanie led various staff training sessions to support the development of teachers and teaching assistants in the areas of science teaching, Philosophy for Children, English as an Additional Language, writing and special educational needs.
Currently in her 14th year of teaching, Stephanie has lived and worked in the United States, England, Japan, Hong Kong, Namibia and now, Malaysia. She has two elementary-aged children that are thrilled to be at SJIIM with her. Stephanie particularly enjoys reading, travel, the outdoors and various sporting activities.