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At the end of 2019, an epidemic occurred in China which is caused by a new strain of the corona virus 2019. This disease has flu-like symptoms but with more severe symptoms, and easier to spread. Some patients may have severe pneumonia to the death. And then the disease spread quickly. In every country in the world, many people are infected and dying. Thailand is also affected by this disease. The government announced that educational institutions at all levels should stop education to prevent the spread of the disease. Navaminda Kasatriyadhiraj Royal Air Force Academy as an educational institution under the Royal Thai Air Force is responsible for providing education to air cadets and sees the importance of safety in the health of students, therefore have guidelines for education that are not at risk of spreading this disease, And to be a guideline for education in the event of an epidemic in the future. By studying the theory of learner-centered education, and designed 3 types of education which are studying in the normal room by dividing area between the instructor and learners, studying in the spaced room of the learners, and learning online. The result is that each type of academic achievement has similar results and the satisfaction assessment of learners on online learning received the highest satisfaction of 84 percent.
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