The Learning during New Normal under the Coronavirus Disease Pandemic Situation

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Rajavikram Aditya Charoen-Rajapark
Varaporn Charoen-Rajapark


This academic article aimed to introduce some problem-solving ideas on learning during the “New normal” of the coronavirus disease pandemic situation. Around the world, not only in Thailand, students and teachers were facing problems from the online school, such as time lost, attention lost, alertness lost, efficiency in learning lost, efficiency in teaching lost, output inaccurate, and outcome inaccurate. The source of these online school collected problems were from newspaper articles daily and online, teacher teaching reports, conversation with student parents, and university faculties.

Some proposal ideas for solving these problems, and at the same time, for enhancing the learners by all means, are presented in this article. It is not only for use during the pandemic but also for the future, such as: 1) use constructivism Learning Theory more–to develop learners’ ability to think, analyze, synthesize and perform; 2) use Knowledge Banking Tutoring–offer frequently to the students, by the students in every subject which are compulsory from the Ministry of Education; 3) use meditation to develop learner potential–this article uses ranscendental Meditation Technique as an example with its’ scientific research references in Education, as the most effective scientific proven technique; and 4) use Exercises to develop learners’ brain–this article uses Yoga Asana as an example with particular pose called Sun Salutation.

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Charoen-Rajapark, R. A., & Charoen-Rajapark, V. (2022). The Learning during New Normal under the Coronavirus Disease Pandemic Situation. Journal of Arts Management, 6(4), 2175–2185. Retrieved from


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