What we are seeking now is to answer the following question: What types of learning can we expect from the parents category, which has already been identified?
We characterize ‘helicopter parents’ with just-in-time learning, that is, the time will come when they must learn to make their beds, set the table and prepare a snack. On the other hand, for parent educators, just-in-case learning is identified. These parents, without becoming obsessive, anticipate situations that will surely reach that child at some point, such as knowing how to prepare a chocolate or have all their belongings in their backpack to go to school.
In these families, the tasks intrinsic to the boys were already acquired because the parents educated in that direction, being habits that collaborate with the team. This is where Tasksplus can begin to emerge. We invite you to discover them in our next column.