Research Studies

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.

A selection of our research is available below for you to download and print. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download) to access this material.

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Multisensory Mathematics for Children With Mild Disabilities

Kristen S. Scott Reprinted from Exceptionality, 4(2), 97-111

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Labels Needn't Stick: At-Risk First Graders Rescued With Appropriate Intervention

Poonam C. Dev, Nazareth College of Rochester, Beverly A. Doyle, Creighton University, Barbara Valente, Pittsford Central School District, Pittsford, New York

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Multisensory Materials in K-3 Mathematics: Theory and Practice

Jenny Rains, Robert Durham, Ph.D., Catherine Kelly, Ph.D. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

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The Effectiveness of the TouchMath Program with Fourth-and Fifth-Grade Special Education Students

Nora D. Green, Master of Science in Special Education, Special Education Teacher

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Effects of the TouchMath Program Compared to a Number Line Strategy to Teach Addition Facts to Middle School Students with Moderate Intellectual Disabilities

Dale Fletcher and Richard T. Boon, The University of Georgia; David F. Cihak, The University of Tennessee




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