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Supit Boonlab
Areewan Hussadin
Sarinthorn Mungkhamanee


COVID-19 pandemic effects to education system in the country particular higher education student. They will have to adopt knowledge for their career and earning in the future soon. Therefore, research aims of this case are to investigate learning stability levels, to study components of expectation, and to analyze a comparison of the learning stability and expectation components of higher education student under COVID-19 pandemic. Sample group is student held in academic year 2020 of Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi for 4-year levels. They are total 424 individual respondents. Statistics technique used for data analysis are mean, percentage and standard deviation for descriptive, EFA and One Way Anova for inferential statistic.
The findings exhibit stability of student, i.e., the highest value of healthy is students who are not in risk of infection, family-more than 80% of students have not risk and anxiety to the pandemic while those living with elderly/children at low level revealed the highest, economy- spent reduced, online learning- ready to study online at moderate level, social- don’t panic and worry people around. Moreover, expectation issue was found 3 latent variables, i.e., period, future stability, and study barriers. Comparing learning stability under COVID-19 under the COVID-19 pandemic, it was found a significant difference between the period expectation and future stability based on health and society, and study barriers and economic issue.

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