Event Title

Bukidnon-Magahat Learners’ Plight: Factors Affecting Learning Academic Performance

Presenter Information

Nova Joy R Alcueres

Session

Education and Development

Description

This study aimed to identify the factors that influences indigenous learners academic

performance. A population of 139 indigenous learners from grades 4-6 were the research respondents in the public schools in the Division of Bayawan City. This research utilized the DescriptiveCorrelational method and statistical tools were used to answer the specific problems. Results revealed that indigenous learners showed a high extent on their individual, instructional, and socio-cultural perceived factors. Moreover, the data indicated that the academic performance of the respondents on the core subjects such as English, Science, and Mathematics is “Fairly Satisfactory” on the first quarter and satisfactory level during the second quarter. Lastly, there is strong relationship between the individual factors like study habits, academic self-concept, and confidence in academic life on their academic performance. While they are on moderate relationship in their interest. A very weak relationship on instructional factors, and moderate extent on parental support.

Keywords:

Indigenous learners, individual factors, instructional factors, socio-cultural factors, academic performance

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.418

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Bukidnon-Magahat Learners’ Plight: Factors Affecting Learning Academic Performance

This study aimed to identify the factors that influences indigenous learners academic

performance. A population of 139 indigenous learners from grades 4-6 were the research respondents in the public schools in the Division of Bayawan City. This research utilized the DescriptiveCorrelational method and statistical tools were used to answer the specific problems. Results revealed that indigenous learners showed a high extent on their individual, instructional, and socio-cultural perceived factors. Moreover, the data indicated that the academic performance of the respondents on the core subjects such as English, Science, and Mathematics is “Fairly Satisfactory” on the first quarter and satisfactory level during the second quarter. Lastly, there is strong relationship between the individual factors like study habits, academic self-concept, and confidence in academic life on their academic performance. While they are on moderate relationship in their interest. A very weak relationship on instructional factors, and moderate extent on parental support.