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Published: 28 May 2022

The Trends of Education after the COVID-19 Situation in Thailand

Phramaha Suphachai Suphakicco

Mahamakut Buddhist University, Thailand

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.02.499

Pages: 388-396

Keywords: Education after the COVID-19 Situation, Online Learning, Hybrid Learning, Educational Paradigm Shift in the 21st century

Abstract

This research aims to synthesize the views from domestic and international references on the trends of education after COVID-19 situation, then convey the results of the synthesis to the experts from different groups to examine the trends and the feasibility of mix-method research which would be applied in Thai education after COVID-19 situation. The research conducted an in-depth interviewing of 15 experts and used the discussion method with other target groups of 15 experts. The research results defined the proposals of 31 issues for the trends of education after COVID-19 situation in Thailand. These proposals were similar to those of the educational paradigm shift from the 20th to the 21st century. As a result, Thailand is becoming a more digital society and people have to focus on using information and communication technologies (ICT) to gain the maximum benefits to develop the quality of Thai education.

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