Many students struggle in a variety of unique ways with mathematical concepts, but personalizing the needed support for each and every student can be a challenge, especially in large classrooms.
TouchMath has designed a system to help teachers offer this personalized intervention and remediation using a multisensory approach and sequential strategy to improve student math comprehension and mastery. From students with dyscalculia to those with situational learning loss, TouchMath is designed to support every learner and is proven effective in every setting.
TouchMath PRO supports students who are experiencing math difficulties with evidence-based, individualized digital intervention. Platform highlights include:
- The program adapts to student responses using a proprietary algorithm that automates suggested progressions based on student scores.
- Clear math progressions are highlighted on the visually distinct Skills Rainbow, providing educators with a clear understanding of foundational and prerequisite math concepts.
- Data-driven reports help educators build a digital portfolio of student work, providing educational teams with the data necessary to drive individualized instruction with data-based instruction.
- Lessons to be completed digitally or through printable activity sheets, promoting generalization across all settings and delivery modes.
- Flexible modes empower educators to customize learning experiences and receive recommendations based on student progress.
Watch a demo of TouchMath PRO here.
Dyscalculia is often underdiagnosed and underserved. If individuals who experience math difficulties do not have access to high-quality early intervention, they potentially can experience lasting deficits across all key domains of dyscalculia. TouchMath’s DySc can help.
DySc is a comprehensive dyscalculia screener and individualized intervention guide aligned to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-5-TR). The DySc screener includes key questions to help identify weaknesses in the four primary domains of dyscalculia:
- Number sense
- Arithmetic facts
- Accurate and fluent calculations
- Accurate mathematical reasoning
Following the screening, a report is automatically generated and will include a score that indicates the presence or lack of potential risk factions, plus an action plan based on the score. The report can be shared with qualified professionals to determine whether or not a formal diagnosis is needed.
Learn more here.