Dr. Belinda Blevins-Knabe is a professor in the Department of Psychology at UA Little Rock. During her graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin, Blevins-Knabe studied the math skills of young kids.
While at UA Little Rock, Blevins-Knabe expounded on her previous graduate research. She added a twist.
“Now I look at the effects of the home environment on young children’s math skills,” Blevins-Knabe said.
Blevins-Knabe has presented at conferences, co-authored several articles and written one edited book examining the effect of the home environment and the child care environment on young children’s math skills.
Blevins-Knabe has also served as a Co-Director of the Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ATLE) and as the President of the Society for Research in Human Development.
Currently, Blevins-Knabe serves as the Chair of the Institutional Review Board and the Core Council.