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Leading Education for the 21st Century
Problem solving dynamics and Conflict Resolution
  • TOCFE Theory of Constraint For Education

 

What is TOC and Why Use It?
  • In the 21st Century we need to stop discussing the problems and instead be part of the solutions. With TOC techniques, children learn to acknowledge the power of cause and effect thereby gaining accord among peers and defining what the problems are in order to be able to solve them.
  • We take a look at what characterizes TOCFE based on the findings of national and international research. We will identify the possible gains that can be made with the use of TOC techniques and introduce you to some of the practical strategies used in the approach.
  • We will focus on how this technique covers all of UK’s personal, learning and thinking skills (PLTS) framework:
    • independent enquirers
    • creative thinkers
    • reflective learners
    • team workers
    • self-managers
    • effective participators
TOC – Techniques – How to use these techniques with young children
  • This session will focus on the practice of TOC Techniques, the Clouds, the Branches and the Ambitious Target tree with young children. All participants will actively participate in the use of the tools. The workshop will be followed by a reflection period to give participants the opportunity to identify the key characteristics of TOC’S Tools and how to implement them.

 

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