HomeSMCC Higher Education Research Journal (Teacher Education Journal)vol. 1 no. 1 (2019)

Mother Tongue-Based Instruction Implementation among Indigenous People Schools

Noel R Aguasito | Judy May E Dalogdog | Mary Antonette Antipuesto | Fregie A De Jesus | Rosemarie M Tima



The implementation of Mother Tongue -Based as a medium of instruction and as a subject of learning zone helps and improve the learners in developing new thoughts and ideas of their prior learning opposite to the home dialect utilized. Tis directly benefits the administrators and teachers enable to have an appropriate medication for learning. The respondents of this qualitative study were the school personnel of these eight indigenous schools in Buenavista IV: Simbalan Central Elementary School, Cabayugan Elementary School, Labong Elementary School, Bagang Elementary School, Lekda Elementary School, Monteverde Elementary School, Datu Saldong Elementary School, and Linao-linao Elementary School located at Buenavista Agusan del Norte. The respondents assessed through the seven parts of the questionnaire. To analyze the data, Weighted Percentage and Weighted Mean, Spearman Rank Correlation, and Chisquare were used. Tis study proved that there was no significant correlation between the Teacher’s Profiles to the level of implementation of Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education among Indigenous People institutions of Buenavista, Agusan del Norte with -09 Correlation Coefficient. Furthermore, it was found out that most answered by the respondents correspond to a fully implemented value.