Online Learning Management in Enhancing the 21st Century Skills for Learners

Authors

  • Kamonporn Thongnuch

Keywords:

Online learning management, Skills for learners, 21st century

Abstract

Moving from the traditional ways of teaching to the current situation society of the is a challenge, especially in designing educational courses, planning teaching methods and educational assessing and evaluating to reach the learning outcomes effectively and successfully, teachers need to set the key goals and aim to instruct the necessary 21st century skills needed, namely higher order thinking and lifelong learning. Teachers have been adjusting their learning process management, along with the recent learning situation, presented through the digital platform aligned with The Philosophy of Education Reform of The National Strategy for Education 2018-2047 and The Competency-Based Curriculum. These policies focus on helping students to gain the 21st century skills, and to. enhance students’ life-long leaning by hands-on experiences for their effective work in the future In other words, both teachers and learners collaborate to create rules for an improved online learning management, including scheduling, class-attendance Cut this out and learning evaluation. In accordance with the context of the lesson, learners can access communicative application channels in association with the teacher, to manage their own learing schedules. Teachers’ role is to encourage students’ eagerness, to facilitate students’ communicative skills, presentations, and collaborative learning. Moreover, learners will then have developed the creative thinking as a result, they. can develop their creative learning ability. The students were pleased to choose their interested topic and to find their own problem-solving creatively by using modern technology

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Published

19-07-2022

How to Cite

Thongnuch ก. . (2022). Online Learning Management in Enhancing the 21st Century Skills for Learners . Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 5(1), 140–151. Retrieved from http://ssrujournal.com/index.php/hsssru/article/view/48