Education and Learning in the Context of the New Normal: Sustainable Development and the Path to Sustainability
The emergence and outbreak of COVID-19 has caused huge changes for everything in the world. With the conditions it created, people were forced to change their way of life from the old to the new and, over time, this new way was normalized, and called the new normal.
Like everything else, the teaching and learning process was greatly affected. Schools needed to take a break for some time, and eventually shifted their teaching style from physical classes to online classes. Under the new norm, online learning has been normalized and accepted as on par with physical classroom learning. On the one hand, it increases the ease of accessibility, the cost of management, and wider educational opportunities. On the other hand, it has been argued that the conditions of access to this form of education may impede those who do not have access to technology and the Internet. Moreover, there are widespread questions about whether the quality of this type of education is better or worse than the previous model.
Therefore, this topic provides a space for scholars, researchers, and educators around the world to come together and share their empirical research results in their countries and/or regions. The area of interest for this topic covers all aspects of educational management, from relevant policies, curriculum development, teaching and learning management, measurement and evaluation, and developments towards sustainability.
Prof. Dr. Kittisak Jermsittiparsert
Dr. Ismail Suardi Wekke
Dr. Oytun Sozudogru
Dr. Jamaluddin Ahmad
- educational administration
- educational policy
- curriculum development
- teaching and learning management
- measurement and evaluation
- sustainable development
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