The coronavirus has altered the long-standing educational environment. Fully implemented remote classes have raised the essential question of the perception of the nature of education. The ongoing pandemic has provided fundamental challenges on setting and pursuing future education. In this regard, the study aims to propose directions for remote classes based on online education, determine their educational significance, and to suggest directions and goals for future education. Toward this end, O Elementary School analyzed and presented a process of preparing and practicing remote classes according to their educational orientation and purpose in the field. The study closely examined the strategies of teachers for developing and designing various contents in terms of quality. Moreover, we listened to their concerns and their methods for overcoming them. Various subjects are taught in elementary school classes; thus, the burden on teachers is tremendous. To overcome this scenario, teachers effectively respond by developing and utilizing learning contents for online teaching based on the teacher learning community. Through e-learning centers, co-production of content, data sharing, interactive classes using Zoom, and online platforms, we provided evidence that teachers can lead future education as well as prepare for the upcoming educational environment. In addition, managers and parents lent active support to overcome these difficult situations. This study aimed to contribute to the design of the goals and directions of future education in Korea by examining and analyzing actual experiences.