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The “New Normal” has come to change all dimensions of lifestyle of people all over the world, including the model and system of education. In this article, the author has the purposes to describe the meaning and proper approaches of instructional management in the New Normal situations, and to explain the roles of educational technology that have been changed due to the impacts of these unpredictable situations. This article will explain the meaning of borderless learning which is the instructional model focusing on personalized learning as well as interdisciplinary learning. Borderless learning refers to personalized learning in which the learners have freedom to choose learning approaches based on their own interests. Therefore, the roles of educational technology must be adjusted to be not only for promotion of efficient learning from the selection or creation of learning tools, but also for promotion of various learning, decreasing of gaps in the difference and increasing of channels for equal access to education via the selection and creation of learning tools in order to respond to the main goals of national development. This is the challenge to education system of the world that the educators and formulators of educational policies of each country must try to have deep understanding.
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