Study on the Transformation of the New Normal of Education Management Post COVID-19

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Project Title: Study on the Transformation of the New Normal of Education Management Post COVID-19
Author: Miss Zhang Rui
Advisor: Dr. Zhang Li
Degree: Master of Business Administration
Major: International Business Management
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2022
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The 15th National and International Academic Conference “Creating Shared-Value and Innovation for Sustainability” 18-20 January 2023

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Zhang, Rui. (2022). Study on the transformation of the new normal of education management post COVID-19. (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

Many sectors of government management worldwide, such as the Ministry of Education, have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Under post-COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control, the education management system needs an updated system for the new management mechanism. This paper reflected on education in the new normal of the post-COVID-19 era from the perspective of the educational management system. The impact of the pandemic shows that feedback is valuable when it informs employees’ direction to enhance their self-regulation for working. This feedback strategy would help to improve student learning and academic performance. Challenging feedback also leads to reflective thinking and is critical for adult learners in a distance education environment. This paper further explored other education management system issues to address better the digital transformation of Chinese education in the face of this new era in the post-epidemic period.

This study aimed to investigate the impact of the online learning process in education, improve the outcomes of the education system in primary and secondary schools, and explore the relationship between feedback system factors and the online learning process that affects teachers. The results reveal a significant relationship (p < 0.01) between work reflectivity and skill development in feedback systems, highlighting the transformative potential of a comprehensive feedback system within the education community. The literature and secondary sources reviewed indicate that education management systems before the COVID-19 era played a vital role in facilitating e-learning and blended learning approaches, thereby reshaping the role of educators. Students and teachers extensively utilized online platforms, relevant applications, and educational software. Search engines also emerged as valuable tools for enhancing academic quality. Consequently, the researcher recommends that educators and learning institutions continue to invest in online systems to support distance learning and cater to the needs of flexible learners.

Keywords: distance education, education management system, covid-19, online learning.


Study on the Transformation of the New Normal of Education Management Post COVID-19

Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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