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An empathy and a professor at the university of Georgia, and has been praised as a “saint”, after lending a helping hand to one of her students, who, unexpectedly, will not be able to find a babysitter for her young son, at an 8 a.m. biology class. The taking of the goods, and the infant – into her own hands, and the professor carried the boy on his back for the duration of the three-hour-long lecture by the mother of the baby was able to concentrate on the course.
Even though the teacher’s good deed has gone massively viral on Twitter, with her daughter, said the act of kindness is just one small example of how great her mother’s heart.
Dr. Ramata Sissoko Cissé, is an assistant professor of biology, anatomy, and physiology at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Yahoo Lifestyle reported it, and he knew exactly what to say when a student is in touch with her on Sunday. 18, fearing that they have not been able to find a babysitter for their morning class the next day.
Dr. Ramata Sissoko Cissé know exactly what to say when a student is in touch with her to request that she couldn’t find a babysitter for their morning class the next day.
(With special thanks to Anna, Cisse)
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“She asked if she could bring the baby with her to class because she had missed a class, though, and didn’t want to be behind,” Cissé, 51, told the outlet. “I’m a student, very smart and ambitious. She was eager to learn.”
Without missing a beat, and the next morning, as the professor, there was a young woman and her son, when she saw her struggling to take notes during the hour-long lecture, with her baby on her lap.
According to Cissé, this was just one of her “mother’s instinct” that kicked in.
“In my home country of Mali, and we used the towels, sheets and other pieces of cloth in order to safely carry babies on our backs,” she said. “My natural instinct was to find a way to keep the baby, and I was standing next to a rack with a clean, white coat.”
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The little man, the baby was safely tied up at the teacher’s back, where he calmly fell asleep for almost the whole of the class.
Deeply moved by the story, and Cissé’s daughter, Anna, took to Twitter later in the day to share a heart-warming photo of her mother in the act of charity.
“My mother is my role model. Her student couldn’t find a babysitter and we are the true African mother and tell her that she is, gave us a THREE-hour lesson, with a baby on her back, and gave it to him,” she said.
“I am so blessed to have been brought up by a woman who loves the world as much as her own children,” Anna added.
In the days of the moving image has become viral, with more than 11,000 shares and 58,000 likes, with a lot of the Cissé, for the students of the church bells, which ring on in singing the praises of the care of the professor.
Anna, meanwhile, has said that the story is only a “real” example of her parents ‘ caring nature.
“Give them to a stranger on the street, in the same way that she is giving for her dear friend, Anna, is a student at the University of Georgia, told Fox 5 DC. “Love doesn’t discriminate, and if you’ve ever talked to her, you know.”
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“They feel like this is the natural reaction anyone would have if they were in that situation,” she continued. “And I think her response speaks to her character, and more authentic than anything in the world I would be able to describe it.”
In spite of all the hype, Cissé stated that the tent is in to help her student, it was simply the right thing to do.
“My decision to do this, students were motivated by the school’s culture, student success, first of all. We will do all we can for the student in order to be successful,” she told Yahoo. “I didn’t want to see her wrestle, because, as a mother, I know how hard it can be.”