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Coactive Education is a dynamic, collaborative and innovative consultancy that provides quality professional development solutions across the education sector in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
About Coactive Education
Del Costello, Founder of Coactive Education, has 15 + years’ experience in the professional training and development space.
A highly skilled facilitator, passionate about helping early childhood educators and schools to build, implement and sustain changes in education practice and pedagogy.
Coactive Education are experts in cross sector oral language and literacy pedagogy. We are accredited to support schools cultural capability, assessment for learning and local curriculum design. We are specialists in digital fluency, hybrid and distance learning.
Centrally funded Professional Development
Direct to schools/ECE professional development
Online workshop series for self-directed learning
One-off workshops, keynote speeches, workshops
We support schools to apply for Regionally Allocated Professional Development hours.
Provide quotations for work withins school and ECE
Reo ā-wha (oral language)
Local curriculum development
Assessment for Learning
Building Reo ā-Waha: Online Course
This workshop series is designed for Early Childhood Educators and Junior Primary Kaiako. It unpacks the Ministry of Education document Te Kōreroreo and combines this with Del’s extensive practical and pedagogical experience.
Upon purchase, your team gets permanent access to all the course content, which has been designed to be as affordable, repeatable, and easily digestible as possible. How you use the content for your team is up to you!
The course includes 9 information-packed videos, showing you how to develop rich vocabulary, leverage linguistic diversity, talk about feelings with tamariki, and so much more!
The PLD delivered by Del Costello has been extremely timely for the ākonga we are working with in today’s society and the challenges kaiako must grapple with. Oral Language data from observations and the use of a variety of strategies from our ‘toolbox’ is opening effective opportunities to make a shift in student achievement and meeting the needs of the growing diversity in learners.
Jason Shaw - Across School Teacher
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