Experts and Educators Love TouchMath
A growing body of independent, primary and secondary research continues to validate the fundamental principles of the TouchMath system and point to a common conclusion: TouchMath's multisensory approach and sequential strategy improve student math comprehension and mastery.
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TouchMath: Is it an Effective, Developmentally Appropriate Intervention for Preschoolers?
ValindaJo Barkley, M.Ed in Early Childhood Education
Dr. Maureen Gerard, Ph.D
TouchMath and Addition Computational Fluency: The Effects of Mathematics Instruction Incorporating the TouchMath Program on Addition Computational Fluency in a Third-Grade Classroom
Touching Points on a Numeral as a Means of Early Calculation: Does this Method Inhibit Progression to Abstraction and Fact Recall?
The Effectiveness of the TouchMath Curriculum to Teach Addition and Subtraction to Elementary Aged Students Identified with Autism
How Effective Is TouchMath for Improving Students with Special Needs Academic Achievement on Math Addition Mad Minute Timed Tests?
A Quantitative and Qualitative Study of a High-Performing Elementary School in Mathematics - Does TouchMath Contribute to Overall Mathematics Achievement?