In the digital era teachers are expected to be able to design, develop and evaluate authentic learning through learning experience to develop students' knowledge, skills and behavior. The teacher is also expected to be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and work processes that are representative of an innovative professional. This has not been too visible in the field due to various obstacles. The purpose of the study: 1) outlines teacher professional education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0; 2) outlines the obstacles and solutions for implementing teacher professional education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0; The method used is descriptive. The results of the study show that teacher professional education in online positions is very well implemented, because instructors chat with students everywhere. On the other hand, for teachers whose teaching places in remote areas are very difficult because there are still tech teachers, locations to teach far from the internet network, chats can be done by other people.
teacher, industrial revolution 4.0