AMSTERDAM - FeedbackFruits and the Foundation for California Community Colleges (FCCC) announce their partnership to boost student engagement and collaboration at the California Community Colleges (CCC), the largest system of higher education in the United States.
The new partnership formalizes FeedbackFruits and FCCC’s commitment to supporting 116 California Community Colleges with high-quality learning experiences to prepare students for the workforce and beyond. The FCCC has selected FeedbackFruits to support the implementation of equitable, inclusive pedagogy, and creation of innovative education programs amongst the CCC schools.
As a part of this partnership, the FeedbackFruits tool suite is available through the CollegeBuys program for the CCC, California State Universities, and Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU). FeedbackFruits is a unique solution in the CollegeBuys program, allowing institutions to easily implement diverse and scalable learning strategies in any course modality within their existing LMS. By promoting active learning design and Universal for Design Learning (UDL) principles with FeedbackFruits, California’s community colleges can realize higher levels of student engagement, skills development, and success.
Ewoud de Kok, CEO and Founder of FeedbackFruits, expressed great enthusiasm over the partnership:
"FeedbackFruits is a pedagogical innovator and is committed to improving student experiences through engaging online learning activities. Our vision and mission align with those of California's Community Colleges. Together we have a great opportunity to impact teaching and learning practices for the future and that's what gets me excited.”
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