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Reviews – Skilled Based Education in Thailand, 2023

Dr. Chaveewan Charoensap,

Department of Master of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education, Phitsanulok University, Phitsanulok, Thailand

The rapid and constant technological advancements, climate change, and the COVID-19 pandemic have caused many changes and problems impacting everyone such as students and their parents, especially their health and lifestyle. There are economic and social problems because of the closing down of several workplaces. Although education is not an exception; students had to study online to prevent infection from COVID-19. Teachers are required to adjust their teaching and learning processes and maximize the benefits for their students. They needed to meet the needs of the labour market by using new teaching techniques through social media technology in order to respond to the changing situation in a timely manner. For this reason, the Ministry of Education needs to announce its policy in the fiscal year 2023 to match the new normal lifestyle. This should emphasise the principle of reforming the learning process and developing the potential of Thai people of all ages. The urgent policy is a must in preparing Thai people for the 21st century and for learners to be developed in all dimensions of equality in opportunity, safety, and readiness to drive the evolution of the country towards security, prosperity, and sustainability.

Keywords: COVID 19, Technology, Dimensions, Prosperity, Sustainability

 The above abstract is a part of the article which was accepted at The Ninth International Conference on Languages, Linguistics, Translation and Literature (WWW.LLLD.IR), 1-2 February 2024, Ahwaz.