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It is not very often that the world historians have recorded a phenomenon in the same way as the current COVID-19 pandemic. At present, the epidemic of this kind of virus has resulted in several chaos, i.e. economic, society, politic, and lifestyle. This phenomenon leads people and society to the “new normal” lifestyle, which not only the society becomes a fully digitalized system, educational management model is also affected. Many countries start to reconsider technological-based teaching, in which online platform will take a major role for teaching quality in every field of study. It occurs as a slow revolution which teachers need to be aware of in order to be prepared with the new behaviors of the learners. Physical Education subject is held outdoor. It is a subject that learners need to move; and the learners are quite close to each other, so the characteristic of this subject does not follow the social distancing measures. Therefore, after the revolution of this pandemic, it is significant to analyze the how activities of Physical Education will appropriately be in the future.
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