After two years of flexible learning arrangement and one semester of hyflex learning arrangement, Polytechnic College of the City of Meycauayan finally opened its gate for the implementation of full face-to-face classes in the second semester of A.Y. 2022-2023.

First-year to third-year students from Teacher Education Program, Hospitality Management Program, and Office Administration Program are now back for in-person class discussions while fourth-year students from TEP are having their pre-service teaching in their cooperating schools. In addition, fourth-year HMP students are to have their on-the-job training next month in partner industries of the college.

Instructors and professors eagerly showed off their teaching styles in the first week of classes.

“What I missed in F2F classes are having interactions with students, getting immediate responses during discussions, and seeing students’ reaction real-time,’ shares Sir Revlon Seño, Mathematics Instructor.

With the eased guidelines on the implementation of face-to-face classes and conduct of in-person activities, more events are also expected to resume in the coming months.