Assessment

Self-Regulation Assessment-Assessor Report (SRA-AR) - Niger

Circle 2The Self-Regulation Assessment-Assessor Report (SRA-AR) is a measurement tool used to capture assessors’ perceptions of of Nigerian refugee and Nigerien children’s skills at regulating their behavior during an assessment. The SRA-AR was developed based on the Preschool Self-Regulation Assessment-Assessor Report (PSRA-AR) (Smith-Donald et al., 2007). The developers tested this measurement tool in Niger.

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Evidence Snapshot

Summary
The developers provide evidence that the SRA-AR measures behavioral regulation with good reliability. They also provide evidence that the measure functioned and was understood in the same way by children: with and without access to SEL programming; at the beginning, middle, and the end of the school year; across gender; and across ages. The correlations of the SRA-AR scores across the three time points were positive and significant but the magnitude was small, suggesting that behavioral regulation observed among the children for this study tend to be more influenced by other factors.
Where
Niger
Sample
1,795 Nigerian refugee and local Nigerien children (aged 5-16) attending Nigerien public schools

Measure Snapshot

For what?
Program evaluation
About what?
Social-emotional Skills
How?
Offline mobile device
Respondant
Enumerator/Data Collector
By what method?
Observation

Resource Info

Published

Published by

NYU Global TIES for Children

Topic(s)

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

Use:

Program evaluation

Resource Category:

Social-emotional Skills