TouchMath has been around for over 30 years. This multi-sensory approach combines auditory, visual, and tactile elements and has been a successful program for students of all ability levels and learning styles. Lori has used TouchMath successfully in both the general and special education classroom to differentiate instruction for struggling math learners. Upon completion of this interactive workshop, educators will have mastered TouchMath counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This is a simple strategy that you can take back to your own classrooms immediately.
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I had the opportunity to sit in on your Autism Q and A. Thanks for sharing strategies and your personal experience. I am currently using touch math for some Grade 2 SEN students and wanted to sit in on your presentation, but due to my flight scheduling have to miss it. I am self taught in the methodology and am relying on my own memory as I was taught math this way when I was in elementary school. I have the google doc (thanks for sharing), but if you have any other resources or powerpoint from the presentation, would you mind sharing it. Thanks!
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