Global Education Innovations

a brighter future for all

About US

Global Education Innovations (GEI) is grounded in the belief that every learner deserves access to a quality education.

Educational enterprises supported through GEI are designed to have a positive and meaningful social impact in the communities they serve.

We achieve this by:

  • Delivering innovative educational responses to meet the needs of local communities.
  • Embracing life-long learning and devising educational solutions to cater for the pursuit of knowledge across the lifespan.
  • Articulating and delivering best practice in school design, curriculum development and pedagogy.
  • Employing a sustainability mindset in the architectural design and operational management of educational settings.
  • Seeking opportunities for enabling social enterprise and supporting the inclusion of learners with diverse needs and backgrounds.

We are guided by three broad touchstones:

Lifelong Learning

A vision for education needs to encompass all stages of the learning journey, from the critical early years, through to the formative years of the growing child and adolescent, and the later transition into adult learners. There is a need for responsiveness to the way learners’ needs change over time, and agility to adapt to the rapidly changing nature of work and social environments.

Transformative Education

A transformative education moves beyond a ‘banking’ model of education, where learners are simply seen as vessels to be filled with knowledge, and instead encourages connecting with students’ individual needs, passions and interests. Learners are encouraged to view the world through a social and ethical lens, and to develop a belief in their own potential to make a difference.

Excellence and Equity

Every learner deserves a world class educational experience that enables them to fully realise their potential and be the very best that they can be. This requires recognition of diversity with respect to differences in culture, language, experiences, economics or disability. Education programs must go beyond a ‘one size fits all’ approach and be rigorous, relevant and engaging for all learners.

Our team

With a highly credentialed team of people that have detailed knowledge and extensive experience across our operational areas, GEI is well positioned to capitalise on opportunities in the educational market to deliver high quality options for 21st century learning.

Kimberley Wilson
Donna Sheehan
Senior Project Officer – Educational Leadership
Gabrielle Austerberry
Senior Project Officer – Research and Development Education