Stephanie M. Reich earned her Ph.D. in Community Psychology from the Department of Psychology and Human Development at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
Associate Professor, Education
School of Education
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, Community Psychology
Dr. Reich’s research is focuses on understanding and improving the social context of children’s lives. As such, her empirical investigations center on two contributors to children’s socialization: parents and peers. The bulk of her interest examines parent and peer interactions in early childhood with additional research investigating peer interactions in adolescence. Her professional goal is to illuminate how parents and peers affect children’s socio-emotional, cognitive, and physical development with the aim of creating interventions to promote physical and mental health and academic success.
Kindergarten regional supervisor
We just started using Sababa Math last year, but our school loves it. Parents like to see progress, so the recent kids scores are a big hit. I’m looking forward to next year’s app.
Mother of a 5 years old boy
I love the fact that my kids got finally some positive contributing game to play. I like the breakdown of specific skills, I like the cool user interface, and I really like the gaming attitude. The kids love the ease of use and reports. Thank you so much Sababa Math, for creating an amazing math gaming environment.
Mother of a 6 year old
After using Sababa Math for two consecutive years with my youngest son, I can clearly testify that this app gave him a big boost compared with his older brothers that used conventional books. Thank you guys.
My 6 year old son is very bright in reading and is easily reading at a 2nd grade level if not above. The one area he struggles in is math. But with Sababa Math app , I can see some improvement in his math skills already. I like the fact that I can check on his progress. Thank you, SABABA MATH team for providing this program for my son.
My students love it! It really challenges them to master Math. I told one of my students to change to another App but she said, ‘No, wait! I want to get to 100% first!’ I have never seen her more motivated to succeed!