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Alternative Learning System (ALS Education): Its Influence on the Intellectual Abilities of Indigenous People

ROME B. MORALISTA, DR. GABRIEL C. DELARIART

Journal Title:Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences
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The pre-test and post-test research method was used to determine the importance of ALS Education and its influence on the intellectual abilities of Indigenous Peoples at the Brgy. Matag-ob, Municipality of Janiuay, Province of Iloilo, Philippines for the calendar years 2012-2013. The findings revealed that the respondents intellectual abilities was “Very High” from Kabuhayan at Likas na Yaman, and Kasanayang Pangkomunikasyon.; both Matematika at Agham, and Pagpapalawak ng Pananaw “High”. As a whole, the general means show that the intellectual abilities Indigenous Peoples (IPs) at the Brgy. Matag-ob, Municipality of Janiuay, Province of Iloilo, Philippines is “Very High” result in the pre-test; the respondents intellectual abilities was “Very High” form Kabuhayan at Likas na Yaman, and Kasanayang Pangkomunikasyon.; both Matematika at Agham, and Pagpapalawak ng Pananaw “ Very High”. As a whole, the general means show that the intellectual abilities Indigenous Peoples (IPs) at the Brgy. Matag-ob, Municipality of Janiuay, Province of Iloilo, Philippines is “Very High” in the post-test result; there are no differences between respondent’s intellectual abilities in pre-test examination. This simply means that the intellectual abilities in pre-test examination of Indigenous Peoples (IPs) at the Brgy. Matag-ob, Municipality of Janiuay using four (4) strategies were the same. Finally, there were differences between respondents intellectual abilities in post-test examination. This simply means that their differences in four (4) intellectual strategies in post-test examination exert a significant influence on the academic performance of respondents for their personal growth.

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