For 3 days, Maria has been taking care of her child, supported by artificial intelligence, programmed to feel hungry, she has to feed him when he cries and make him burp after feeding, change his diapers, and take care of his clothes because he feels hot and cold weather, and she also has to carry him very carefully because he has Sensors are everywhere, and "it's almost like a real baby," says Maria.
Nobody can help Maria take care of the baby, as she has a sensor attached to her hand that can only stop him from crying and make him fall into a relatively deep sleep.
Maria, the daughter of Aswan, studies at a public school in Toronto, and in order to pass the “parenting” class scheduled for her, according to the Canadian education curricula, she must take the child home from school with her to take care of him for 3 days, complete and superior care as if he was her real child, And it is not allowed to help her much in that.
When Maria returns the child to her teacher, the teacher checks everything and grades her according to how she treats the child. From their words and utterances in front of their son.
Canadian "Parenting" classes - which are taught at the secondary level - mainly aim to teach teenage students to be careful not to have any children during high school, because they will not be able to take responsibility for this, and also teach them the responsibility they must have to have children, In addition to appreciating the role of parents and how to experience taking care of children.