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How the TOC Enhances Learning Through Singing of Pop Songs in the Classroom

Level of TOC knowledge: Introductory, Intermediate
TOC Application, Applied Research, Case study for:
Thinking Processes
TOC Applications: Thinking Processes
Industry: Education

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Children in school learn in many ways. It is up to their teachers to ensure that they learn well and yet have fun. The best way to learn is to engage the young person through his or her senses and use thinking skills.

What better harmony than to learn through the youthful media of pop songs integrated with The Theory Of Constraints? Imagine this form of accelerated learning taking place in the classroom. It gives the children a reason to enjoy school.

Theory of Constraints with music, lyrics and singing! Incredible? A school in Malaysia takes this method into the classroom.



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