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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“TOC is simple enough to be used by kindergartners and profound enough to be used by CEO’s.”

Denise Meyer, Former Assistant Principal Los Angeles Unified School District and Author, California

I recently attended a training session called 'The Conflict Cloud Workshop'.  I found the workshop incredibly useful, I envisage I will use it with my students who have great difficulty resolving conflict; not just external but internal as well.  I will be able to use it to also to resolve conflict linked to attending school, stealing, respect and much, much more. “ Dee Hallet, B.Ed., TAE, Education Co-ordinator, Through the Gap Program PCYC/Leichhardt, Australia

“I find that using the Cloud makes it very much clearer to understand the content of a story and what I teach becomes easily understood by the children.” Year One Teacher, Selangor, Malaysia

“Well, first of all I thought the lady was making a lot of sense. I hope she succeeds because if she does, it will benefit young people. I will help people from coming to jail and just help people make the right choices and make something positive out of their lives.” Juvenile Offender, California Juvenile Detention Camp, USA

“We used TOC tools with very problematic groups of students to change their attitudes. When students used the Ambitious Target tool to become the best students, they first blamed others for their obstacles, but when they thought of ways to overcome their obstacles, they took the responsibility for the solution.” Maria E. Villarreal Primary School, Mexico

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