TOC for Education: Global Expansion

TOC for Education: Global Expansion

What is TOC for Education

TOCfE growing worldwide

Origins The Theory of Constraints for Education (TOCfE) was founded in 1995 by the late Dr Eliyahu Goldratt (1947-2011) with the goal to spread the logic based thinking and communication…

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Parents

Parents

Parents

Working with teachers to develop young minds

  Parents supporting their children's learning and behaviour development, and improved self-reliance.  Parents naturally want the best for their children. Most parents do whatever they can within their means to…

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Teachers

Teachers

Teachers

Thinking tools for teaching

  There are currently more than 250,000 educators teaching the TOC thinking tools in more than 24 countries around the world. Australia has now joined numerous European, South American and Asian…

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Students of all ages

Students of all ages

Stimulating students minds

Helping kids of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.  Page under construction

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School Administrators

School Administrators

School Administrators

School administrator

Theory of Constraints is a methodology to logically identify and overcome key limitations that prevent a person, organisation or system from achieving its goal.   Leadership in schools comes from…

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Thanks to  donations from Dr. James Holt and Realization Technologies, 1500 sets of  Chest of Secrets children’s training materials and 10 sets of teacher training materials were shipped from Poland to the Philippines where they  received a festive ‘welcoming ceremony in late November 2014.                                                        

Chest of Secrets 2

The Chest of Secrets, a TOCfE early childhood education program, teaches children TOC CLOUDS, Branches and Ambitious Targets as a methodology to understand and remember relevant stories.  In so doing, the children--on their own initiative—begin to apply these thinking skills to  other content as well as  to their daily lives.   Their teachers, after receiving a short training just on how to use the materials with the children, learn the TOC tools along with their students.

The initial roll out in Philippines will start with 500 children in Valenzuela City schools and 1,000 children in Quezon City schools and their teachers.  Those teachers will help cascade the program to other districts which will be allowed, as part of the grant,  to reproduce these training materials with no royalties thereby significantly enhancing the potential for wide spread dissemination

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