THE SCENARIO OF TEACHERS AFTER THE COVID-19 CRISIS

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Wuttichai Phoodee
Chainarong Pianpailoon

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic causes a big change in the education system around the world in which technology has an important role in being used for providing education to learners. Technology is, therefore, a tool that helps develop and fulfill learning potential for students. However, technology still cannot replace teachers. Therefore, in this change, teachers have to change their roles to become facilitators of learning and provide scaffolding guidelines to support and develop their own potential and learners’ potential in order to keep pace with the digital age. The teachers must be educational initiators and innovators in the integration of course contents, teaching methods and technology to support the instruction and build professional
networks. They must also adhere to their career and professional code of ethics in order to The COVID-19 pandemic causes a big change in the education system around the world in which technology has an important role in being used for providing education to learners. Technology is, therefore, a tool that helps develop and fulfill learning potential for students. However, technology still cannot replace teachers. Therefore, in this change, teachers have to change their roles to become facilitators of learning and provide scaffolding guidelines to support and develop their own potential and learners’ potential in order to keep pace with the digital age. The teachers must be educational initiators and innovators in the integration of course contents, teaching methods and technology to support the instruction and build professional
networks. They must also adhere to their career and professional code of ethics in order to organize the flexible and facilitating learning environment for organizing learning activities to enable the learners to learn in any place or any time and use knowledge creatively.

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Phoodee, W., & Pianpailoon, C. (2021). THE SCENARIO OF TEACHERS AFTER THE COVID-19 CRISIS. anyapiwat ournal, 13(2), 321-330. etrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/245727
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