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COVID-19 is a catastrophic global upheaval with the potential to uphold the teaching strategy to a new level. The pandemic urges educators to be more proactive in addressing students' academic and social-emotional needs for the time being to counterbalance the unpredictable combination of distance learning and blended learning through several technologies and applications (Darling-Hammond, Linda Hyler, 2020). The research objective is to assess students' capacity for using technology and application in the New Norms Era. This research uses a self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) as the questionnaire, which has been explicitly outlined to be completed by the respondent (Lavrakas, P. J. (2008). Question forms were distributed to 22 students who registered for the courses, yet only seven responds with completed answers; regardless of the number, all students involved in New Norms learning methods and completed the semester. The result shows that students manage to complete their learning sessions with excellent grades, and there is an implication that has been found at the end of the course. The paper aims to present the use of technology and method on ongoing teaching strategy at the Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) for medical students with the integration of Aqli and Naqli in the Medical Curriculum Qur'ān memorization. The priority is on the teaching strategy and technology implementation for distance blended learning methods, including Moodle, Microsoft Teams, and Online WhatsApp video call, video recording during New Norms Era.
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