As a response to the interest and curiosity of some parents who came near, the school organised two meetings with parents for them to experiment some CoRT lessons. As a matter of fact, parents had been informed at the beginning of the school year about the CoRT programme, what it was about, the need to use it, the way things would be done. But, the children commented favourably the lessons at home and occassionally they applied the tools to daily situations. Some of the parents said they knew something about the programme, specially Six Hats, because some tools were used in the companies where they worked. Those are the ones that more fervently supported the proposal from the school.
The aim of the meetings was to let parents see how the lessons developped, to know what their children were doing; but in order for parents not to be just observers, the teacher made them join in. She formed groups with both parents and their children and did first a PMI and then a CAF. They were two very dynamic and fun lessons in which the responses from the children were better than those from the parents.
The result from these encounters was positive and the curiosity from the parents was satisfied.