Dear TouchMath community, As our country deals with the challenge of responding to COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, TouchMath remains committed to our mission of helping students conquer math. We acknowledge the difficulties facing educators, administrators, parents and students during these uncertain times. With more and more school districts announcing planned closures, TouchMath wants […]
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We had a great time connecting with educators and administrators from the great state of Texas at the Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education (TCASE) Great Ideas Conference! It’s always inspirational to meet folks who are so dedicated to improving education for all students. Congratulations to the winners of our raffle! These educators each […]
Money is an integral part of our everyday lives. From paying for goods and services to managing a personal budget, knowing how to think about money is something many of us take for granted. But the concept of financial literacy is much more complex, especially when it comes to making smart decisions. In many ways, […]
We love connecting with educators and administrators in-person, and conferences are a great place to get together and talk all things math! You can find us at TCASE Great Ideas 2020 in Austin, TX, February 3-5; at the National ESEA Conference in Atlanta, GA February 4-7; and at the NCTM Centennial Meeting and Exhibition in […]
Angelica Graves is a K-3 Math Interventionist at the Alliance For Progress Charter School in Philadelphia where she works with small groups of students in a shared resource room. When her principal noticed that her first-grade students were excelling on their STAR tests, Angelica was encouraged to shift into this role. She works with six […]
Empower Students to Excel Special Education students deserve the same opportunities to showcase their academic skills as their peers. As Toni Barton wrote for Getting Smart in 2019, “… exceptional learners should be empowered to master grade-level content…While it’s important to provide remedial instruction to students who are behind, it’s just as crucial to ensure […]