That would be too good to be true!
And it's the same thing with Family Pact.
Don't think that this little technological marvel (yes, maybe it's a bit too much, but I'm very excited...) will educate your descendants. Technology is there to help us and not replace us.
Is there anybody who hasn't noticed in his family circle or with his friends that education is a very personal subject...? There are as many educational models as there are families.
Based on this principle, I tell myself that nobody can replace me as an educator of my children (not even my husband. Haha, I'm kidding! He is wonderful in all levels...).
Shortly said, with the food processor, you have to work with the food. With Family Pact, you have to work with the family.
What I'm saying is that Family Pact simply helps me on a regular basis to get involved with my children and to pass on the values that we consider important. The objectives of Family Pact give us the opportunity to explain our children why their contribution is important, and they help to give meaning and value to their daily actions.
Here's a little advice: always read the instructions before using a new tool!