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MCC, Huawei inaugurate Philippines’ first smart classrooms

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HIGHFLEX LEARNING. One of the main features of the classrooms include digital content sharing where students can share powerpoint presentations and copy lectures through their tablets or smartphones via QR codes. Cameras are also installed to observe human behavioral algorithms and are equipped with microphones, monitors, interactive screens and boards, and soundproof walls. Mabalacat CIO photo

MABALACAT CITY – The Mabalacat City College, in partnership with Huawei Philippines, inaugurated the first hybrid teaching space in the country on Wednesday, Aug. 17.

A total of four smart classrooms are now equipped with “highflex learning” specifications for both on-site and online students to learn simultaneously and improve their learning experience.

One of its main features include digital content sharing where students can share powerpoint presentations and copy lectures through their tablets or smartphones via QR codes. Cameras are also installed to observe human behavioral algorithms and are equipped with microphones, monitors, interactive screens and boards, and soundproof walls.

RIBBON CUTTING. MCC president Michelle Aguilar-Ong, CHED commissioner Dr. Jo Libre, CHED-UniFAST executive director Atty. Ryan Estevez, Huawei Philippines representative Lim Seow Boon and regional marketing head Zain Zheng, City College of Angeles president Dr. Francisco Villanueva, Korean Language professor Sunny Hann, and AG Datacom Philippines Inc. chief operating officer Reina Roxanne Mammie pose for posterity during the ribbon cutting ceremony of the smart classroom at MCC on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Mabalacat CIO photo

The event was graced by MCC president Michelle Aguilar-Ong, Commission on Higher Education commissioner Dr. Jo Libre, CHED-Unified Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education Act (UniFAST) executive director Atty. Ryan Estevez, Huawei Philippines ICT Industry representative Lim Seow Boon and regional marketing head Zain Zheng, City College of Angeles president Dr. Francisco Villanueva, Korean Language professor Sunny Hann, and AG Datacom Philippines Inc. chief operating officer Reina Roxanne Mammie.

As MCC continues to move towards innovation and technological advancement in education, Ong said MCC students can remain competitive in learning as the classrooms are designed based on traditional classrooms and online classes.

“This is an important part of our history as we are now looking into the future of education not only in the Philippines but also around the world. Libre and I shared a lot of meaningful exchanges on local colleges and how we can transform ourselves to be globally responsive.” Ong said.

MCC president Michelle Aguilar-Ong expresses her gratitude to CHED-UniFAST for funding various projects and innovations in MCC. Mabalacat CIO photo

Libre said the smart classrooms will help reshape the traditional learning experience and educational landscape in the country as it will support the blended learning of the college students.

“It is our pride that MCC is reshaping our educational landscape of our country. One of my views is to strengthen our higher education system and work towards more opportunities for our young local children to compete with pride and joy,” Libre said.

The smart classrooms will be used by incoming MCC students for school year 2022-2023 which will start on Aug. 22.

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