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CHED to lift full online courses in next semester

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The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has instructed higher education institutions (HEIs) to adopt full face to face classes or offer hybrid learning for the second semester of the academic year 2022 to 2023, according to a report by GMA News.

CHED chairman Propero de Vera III issued Memorandum Order No. 16, allowing “the disposition towards transitioning to the safe return to physical campuses and bringing back learners to school is ground as a result of recovery measures from the impact of COVID-19.”

"Unless there is an approval from the Commission on Higher Education, an HEI cannot offer its recognized degree programs in full distance learning delivery including online modality," the CHED said in its Memorandum Order No. 16.


"For HEI's that will opt to deliver their degree programs in hybrid learning modality, at least 50% of the total contact time should be spent on onsite learning expriences," it added.

For a three-unit course that requires at least 54 contact hours, 27 hours should be spent at a physical learning facility.

The rest of the contact hours may be delivered through other strategies, including self-paced printed or online learning modules, synchronous/asynchronous learning sessions, and remote guided peer learning approaches.

Memorandum Order No. 16 also mandated that laboratory courses, on-the-job training (OJT), and National Service Training Program activities should also said to be held primarily onsite.

“Unless there is an approval from the Commission on Higher Education, an HEI cannot offer its recognized degree programs in full distance learning delivery including fully online modality,” it added.

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