Międzynarodowy Kongres Myślenia Krytycznego



16th International Conference
Nov. 29-30, Dec. 1, 2018
Gdansk, Poland at the
Europejskiego Centrum Solidarności
Conference Registration  September 15, 2018 at

Theory of Constraint for Education or “TOCƒE” is a not for profit organization founded in 1995 by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt (1947 to 2011) to disseminate the thinking and communication tools and common sense methodologies of the theory of constraints, for the purpose of enabling a better world. TOCƒE was started in the US by Kathy Sureken (president) with the mission of effectively teaching children and adults these tools in order to unleash their potential in all areas of their lives.

TOCƒE uses a set of logic-based, practical generic tools to overcome the obstacles that prevent us from achieving our goals.

TOCƒE provides a proven set of thinking skills that work without regard to age, cultural differences political systems. The TOC tools are simple enough to be used by kindergartners and profound enough to be used by CEOs.


Maciej Winiarek, Founder & Director, Thinking Zone School, Poland
Dr. Miri Goldratt, Postdoctoral Researcher, Israel
Dr. Danilo Sirias, Professor, Nicaragua, USA
Dr. Wonjoon Choi, Professor, South Korea
Debi Roberts, M.A. Youth Counsel Project Officer, UK
Dr. Shoshir Reiter, Adjunct Professor, Israel
Rosa Perez-Servin, M.A. Principal, Mexico
Dr. Jenilyn Corpuz, School Superintendent, Philippines
Vickey Bolling, M.A.L.S. Professor & Curriculum Chair, USA
Yumiko Yusaka, General TOCfE, Japan
Daniel Brown, M.A. Adjunct Professor, Mexico
Diana Montealegre, M.A. School Counselor, Adjunct Professor, Colombia
Marta Piernikowska, Special Needs Teacher, Poland
Marchelo Lombard, Educational Consultant, Mexico
Kathy Suerken, President & CEO, TOC for Education, USA

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Use TOC Thinking and Communication tools for:

Leadership and Management
Enhanced Educational Skills
Conflict Prevention/Resolution
Suicide prevention
Youth at Risk
Differentiated Instruction
Verbal and Nonverbal Thinkers

Children with special needs’:

Autism Spectrum Disorder
Learning Disabilities
Cerebral Palsy
Dental Health


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