https://journals.e-palli.com/home/index.php/ajmri/issue/feed American Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation 2022-09-15T00:00:00+00:00 Managing Editor ajmri@e-palli.com Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify; hyphen: none;"><em><strong>The American Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation (AJMRI)</strong></em> is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, and open access publication platform to develop academic and research collaboration in the fields of Sciences, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Arts &amp; Humanities, Social Science, Language, and Education. AJMRI aims to publish articles that include those containing substantially supported theories, innovative works, substantial experimental results, and/or containing useful and constructive discussions or reviews standardized to regional or international acceptance. AJMRI reviews papers within <strong>the shortest possible time</strong> of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.</p> <p style="text-align: justify; hyphen: none;"><em><strong>ISSN: 2158-8155 (Online), 2832-4854 (Print)</strong></em></p> <p style="text-align: justify; hyphen: none;"><strong>Aim &amp; Scope<br /></strong>The journal aims to contribute to global society through interaction, exchange of ideas, and discussions in field of multidisciplinary research and innovations. The journal publishes articles<span class="_5yl5" data-reactid=".c.$mid=11400526545979=20ab97b058e43866280.2:0.0.0.0.0"><span class="null"> that include those containing substantially supported theories, innovative works, substantial experimental results, and/or containing useful and constructive discussions or reviews standardized to regional or international acceptance. All articles are reviewed quickly and professionally copyedited and checked for similarity (accept only upto 25% plagiarism) to ensure quality and faster publication.</span></span></p> <p style="text-align: justify; hyphen: none;"><strong>Area of publication<br /></strong>Science, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Arts &amp; Humanities, Social Science, Language, and Education.</p> <p style="text-align: justify; hyphen: none;"><strong>Frequencies of publication<br /></strong>Four issues in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publish online immediately after receiving the final version of the manuscript from the author.</p> https://journals.e-palli.com/home/index.php/ajmri/article/view/320 Development of a School-Based Environmental Program Through Elementary Pupils’ Carbon Footprints 2022-06-14T11:29:23+00:00 Romelyn Lagura rtlagura@mmsu.edu.ph Bert Gamiao bagamiao@mmsu.edu.ph Jovenita Aragon jaaragon@mmsu.edu.ph <p>This study crafted a school-based environmental program that aims to mitigate the harsh effect of too much carbon emission through pupils’ carbon footprints. This study used quantitative descriptive research. A basic survey questionnaire, climate change knowledge test, carbon footprint calculator, and qualitative validation of the material were the research instruments. Data were analyzed using percentages, one-way ANOVA, and thematic coding. The result showed that pupils were aware of the concepts of climate change however they are average contributors of carbon. This implied that whether they will receive climate change education they are still contributors this is due to the distance they travel using their private vehicles and the distance per liter of fuel consumption (of their private vehicles) contribute to their average level of individual carbon footprints. Hence, the School-based Environmental Program was crafted and validated and should be utilized by the pupils either in the school or in their houses due to the Homebased Learning mode of this pandemic.</p> 2022-06-21T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Romelyn Lagura, Bert Gamiao, Jovenita Aragon https://journals.e-palli.com/home/index.php/ajmri/article/view/306 Improving the Performance Practice of 21st Century Music of Grade 10 Students Through Digital Learning Material 2022-06-14T15:44:07+00:00 Roel A Villasanta roel.villasanta@deped.gov.ph <p>This Action Research was conducted to test the effectiveness of digital learning material in the form of video lesson in improving the performance practice of 20<sup>th</sup> music of Grade 10 students. This research was participated by the Grade 10 students of Sanchez Mira School of Arts and Trades, Sanchez Mira District for the School Year 2021-2022. The researcher used quasi-experimental research design in this study, specifically a one group pretest - posttest design. The instrument was reviewed and validated by the School/District Research Screening Committee. The study's findings show a significant difference in participants' achievement levels before and after using the digital learning material, and using descriptive statistical tools such as percentage, mean, and standard deviation (SD) to show the mean distances of their scores, students' performance during the post-test is somewhat better. The statistical tool t-test: Paired Sample strongly suggests that there is a significant improvement in the participants' performance following the intervention. The Cohen’s D outcome is consistent with the fact that the intervention used in this study had a significant impact on the learners' performance and learning experience in music during the pandemic. It implies that supplementary digital materials and online classes in teaching music are important during the pandemic. It is suggested that Grade 10 teachers consider using digital learning material in the form of video lessons in their respective classes to improve their students' performance practice of twentieth-century music. School leaders should use the study's findings to develop programs and initiatives in their respective schools</p> 2022-06-19T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Roel A Villasanta