International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
The Body Systems, Brains, Perceptions, Patterns and Impacts of Learning Management of Basic Education Institutions in Thailand According to the COVID-19 Situation

Abstract


In a world full of rapid changes education is accelerated to change over time with a variety of factors, even without the “Corona virus 2019” as the catalyst for Thai education, which needs to be completely transformed. Therefore, it is not a crisis that encourages the education community and all stakeholders, including teachers, parents, students, administrators, teachers, academics and all sectors to adjust paradigms, processes, and ways of thinking to survive only. But also an opportunity to review challenges to move forward using lessons from international adapted to fit our real context. The learning management model of educational institutions used in the Covid - 19 situation during the semester is on -site learning management, which uses this format primarily. By mixing with other forms, namely, learning management via television (On-air), learning management via online (Online) , learning management by home visits (On hand), which the management style is different according to the conditions of the area. And the risk of infection for online learning management there are different platforms to use.

The negative impact on the learning management system in the educational institutions was found that 1) the quality of teachers' learning management decreased 2) most of the educational institutions did not receive the budget support from the parent agency. Despite the increased cost of educational institutions during the COVID-19 outbreak, 3) Inadequate facilities for learning management 4) Insufficient internet and communication networks and unstable signal 5) Insufficient materials and equipment to prevent the spread of germs 6) students lost their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic and 7) agencies and other agencies request large amounts of information from educational institutions. This makes it a workload and affects the time in teaching and learning.