Assessment

Student Learning in Emergency Checklist (SLEC) - Palestine

ML CircleThe Student Learning in Emergency Checklist (SLEC) is a self-report survey that was designed to measure adolescents’ sense of safety, self-regulation, self-efficacy, social support, academic functioning, and feelings of hope. It is intended to provide data for program monitoring and evaluation purposes. 

For more information, please contact Dr. June T. Forsberg at june.t.forsberg@uit.no.

 

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Evidence Snapshot

Summary
While evidence did not support the original version of the measure (namedPTS, version 1.0), there is promising evidence in support of the empirically derived structure of the SLEC-26 (version 2.0) measure. We are somewhat confident in the stability of the evidence, although the non-probability sampling may produce results that are unique to this dataset. We preliminarily recommend version 2.0 of this measure for its specified purpose(s) with attention to the additional recommended revisions. We also recommend additional testing of version 1.0 with attention to the recommended revisions.
Where
occupied Palestinian territory
Sample
789 Palestinian students ages 12 - 16 who attended schools implementing the Norwegian Refugee Council’s Better Learning Program

Measure Snapshot

For what?
Program monitoring
About what?
Social-emotional Skills
How?
Paper/Pencil format
Respondant
Child
By what method?
Survey

Resource Info

Published

Published by

Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
,
Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø

Topic(s)

Evaluation
Monitoring
Social and Emotional Learning

Use:

Program monitoring, Program evaluation

Resource Category:

Social-emotional Skills