‘Flossy and Jim’ Makes Plans for Virtual Learning‘Flossy and Jim’ Makes Plans for Virtual Learning
During COVID-19, “Flossy and Jim” is helping kids learn.
October 3, 2020
Throughout the pandemic, Lynette and James, the creators of “Flossy and Jim” have been helping to boost children’s mental health and resilience by teaching online.
Commissioned by the National Collaborative Outreach Program, they have been busy creating online educational resources and videos for school children during the lockdown. Resources will be available through the outreach program.
“We’ve had a lot of good feedback from students and are currently preparing new materials to ensure that schools can still teach children employability skills and ensuring they have the confidence they need to succeed,” says Lynette Dare, creator, “Flossy and Jim.”
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