Event Title

Comparative Study of Learners from Multi-grade Class and Learners from Mono-Grade Class

Session

Education and Development

Description

The multi- grade system has been in the Philippine education for quite sometime. The multigrade program was launched as a systematic and viable means of meeting the goal and providing education basic education for all. Hence ,this study aimed to compare the level of self-efficacy between the learners from the multi-grade classes and mono-grade classes of the District of Jimalalud, Division of Negros Oriental. Adopting the questionnaire formulated by Albert Bandura: Children Self-Efficacy, a total of 53 multi-grade learners were being compared to selected 130 monograde learners. The results revealed that Multi-grade learners’ self-efficacy for selfregulated learning has a moderate relationship with their academic performances in English, Math and overall performance. Meanwhile, their self-assertive efficacy has a moderate relationship with their performances in English and Science subjects. Moreover, mono-grade learners’ self-efficacy for selfregulated learning had a moderate relationship with their performances in English, Math, Science and overall performance. Furthermore, mono-grade learners’ self-regulatory self-efficacy had a moderate relationship with their performances in English, Math, Science and overall performance. There is a difference in the perception of the learners in some areas of self-efficacy when they were grouped according to their class. First, is the multigrade and mono-grade learners’ self-efficacy in enlisting social resources, secondly, self-efficacy for self-regulated learning, leisure time skills and extracurricular activities, and social self-efficacy.

Keywords:

multi-grade, mono-grade, single class, learners self-efficacy

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.422

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Comparative Study of Learners from Multi-grade Class and Learners from Mono-Grade Class

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The multi- grade system has been in the Philippine education for quite sometime. The multigrade program was launched as a systematic and viable means of meeting the goal and providing education basic education for all. Hence ,this study aimed to compare the level of self-efficacy between the learners from the multi-grade classes and mono-grade classes of the District of Jimalalud, Division of Negros Oriental. Adopting the questionnaire formulated by Albert Bandura: Children Self-Efficacy, a total of 53 multi-grade learners were being compared to selected 130 monograde learners. The results revealed that Multi-grade learners’ self-efficacy for selfregulated learning has a moderate relationship with their academic performances in English, Math and overall performance. Meanwhile, their self-assertive efficacy has a moderate relationship with their performances in English and Science subjects. Moreover, mono-grade learners’ self-efficacy for selfregulated learning had a moderate relationship with their performances in English, Math, Science and overall performance. Furthermore, mono-grade learners’ self-regulatory self-efficacy had a moderate relationship with their performances in English, Math, Science and overall performance. There is a difference in the perception of the learners in some areas of self-efficacy when they were grouped according to their class. First, is the multigrade and mono-grade learners’ self-efficacy in enlisting social resources, secondly, self-efficacy for self-regulated learning, leisure time skills and extracurricular activities, and social self-efficacy.