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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 5)

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Page : 825-831

Keywords : International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR);

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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is causing major disruption not only to the tourism sector and other related industries but also affecting education. Never before in history have all schools in Malaysia and the majority of countries in the world been forced to close simultaneously due to the spread of the virus. The danger of COVID-19 requires urgent action by the government to implement the Movement Control Order (MCO) to prevent infection. However, the uninvited presence of COVID-19 changed teachers' attitudes and perceptions of their teaching and shifted to the online learning system. Teachers have begun to explore various mediums of online learning as an alternative to their teaching. Teachers have voluntarily changed their teaching approach according to the 21st-century learning framework. Indirectly, it has shaped 21st-century learning. Hence, this article will discuss how this COVID-19 outbreak has implications for the best educational context, especially the 21st-century pedagogical skills among teachers. An online survey was conducted amongst 1222 primary and secondary school teachers in the Kuala Muda/Yan district of Kedah, Malaysia.

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