Denise Meyer received her Bachelor’s, Master’s and Administrative Credential in the California State University system. Her experience encompasses all grade levels, administrative work, district level advisor and professional development specialist in the Los Angeles Unified School District. In her 32 years in the District, she planned and wrote curriculum incorporating strategies of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in the area of language arts and conflict resolution for students at all levels. She has also carried out TOC workshops and presentations for teachers, counselors, psychologists, parents, students and administrators.
In addition to the work with LAUSD, she has presented workshops in the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Poland for the Theory of Constraints for Education (TOCfE), an international education organization devoted to teaching thinking and communication skills. She has written a book, The Why and How of Thinking in School, on the use of TOC Thinking strategies in the school curriculum and classroom management.