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The objective of this research was to study innovative multicultural education learning and teaching profession of social studies indigenous teachers in northern Thailand. It was a mixed methods research. The sample included 236 social studies indigenous teachers providing information about innovative multicultural education learning and 45 social studies indigenous teachers providing in-depth information about teaching profession. The research tools included structured interview, observation record and focus group record. The quantitative data was analyzed by using statistics for percentage values, while the qualitative data was analyzed by using inductive data. The research results indicated that the overall innovative multicultural education learning among social studies indigenous teachers was in a low level for the teaching profession of social studies indigenous teachers. The majority (70 percent) of teachers did not have a teaching profession in accordance to educational management elements, including course analysis, organizing extra-curricular activities, development of media and learning resources, and learning measurement and evaluation.
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