Social-Emotional Response and Information Scenarios (SERAIS) - Lebanon

ML treeSocial-Emotional Response and Information Scenarios (SERAIS) is a scenario-based student assessment designed to measure a suite of social and emotional skills among elementary school-aged children. The measure introduces children to six hypothetical social situations, and prompts them to answer a series of questions asking what they would do in that situation in order to measure four constructs: hostile attribution bias, emotional orientation, emotional regulation, and interpersonal negotiation skills. It is intended to provide data for program evaluation purposes. 

Evidence Snapshot

Results of the testing indicated that SERAIS is ready for purpose with modest revisions if used in the same context. If used in a new context, the measure requires adaptation of the social situation scenarios and items and further testing. We note that versions of SERAIS have also been adapted & tested in Niger and Nigeria.
3,661 Syrian children ages 5-16 enrolled in Lebanese formal schools

Measure Snapshot

For what?
Évaluation du programme
About what?
Aptitudes Socio-émotionnelles
Paper/Pencil format
Enumerator/Data Collector
By what method?
Performance-based assessment

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Publié par

International Rescue Committee (IRC), NYU Global TIES for Children

Écrit par

Ha Yeon Kim & Carly Tubbs Dolan


Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
Social and Emotional Learning

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