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ABSTRACT. Facing the global pandemic, teachers are trying hard to sustain education online but, paradoxically, they could become dispensable when students take the decisive role in digital learning. In addition, digital learning easily deprives the embodied participation and humanness of the learning process. For educators, the challenge ahead is how to make education in the pandemic – the digital home schooling – more ‘humane’ and ‘embodied’ by creating a balance between technology use and humanity in education. pp. 36–43

Keywords: COVID-19 pandemic; online education; digital education; dehumanisation; the new normal

doi:10.22381/KC8220206

Ruyu Hung
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National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Unik Ambar Wati
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National Chiayi University, Taiwan;
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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