Moment autistic boy tells classmates about his struggles and asks them to be kind to each other

& # 39; Don't judge people, be their friend & # 39 ;: moment when autistic boy tells classmates about his struggles and asks them to be kind to each other

  • Fourth grade teacher Lisa Rachel Moe has shared the moment on Facebook
  • Her class was working on a project for Autism Awareness Month
  • & # 39; What my students didn't know is that autism is present in our class with one of our classmates, Rumari, & # 39; she said.
  • The Chino Valley Unified School District educator said she & # 39; could never have imagined what to follow & # 39; when Rumari asked to talk to the class
  • Clip shows how he explains to his classmates what it is like to live with autism
  • Moe could only record the end of the discussion, but managed to record the moment when the younger ones answered questions and requests from his peers
  • Rumari gives different hugs from classmates when he answers questions

A California teacher shared a cute video of one of her students – who has autism – when he explained what his life is like for his classmates.

Fourth grade teacher Lisa Rachel Moe – with the Chino Valley Unified School District – shared the moment when her class was caught working on their door decoration for the Autism Awareness Month.

& # 39; What my students didn't know is that autism is present in our class with one of our classmates, Rumari, & # 39; she said in the Facebook post.

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Fourth grade teacher Lisa Rachel Moe took the moment that her student - Rumari - stopped the class so that he could explain what life with autism is like

The Chino Valley Unified School District educator said she & # 39; could never have imagined what to follow & # 39; when Rumari asked to talk to the class

The Chino Valley Unified School District educator said she & # 39; could never have imagined what to follow & # 39; when Rumari asked to talk to the class

Fourth grade teacher Lisa Rachel Moe took the moment that her student – Rumari – stopped the class so that he could explain what life with autism is like

& # 39; Rumari raised his hand with excitement and said, "Can I please say something?" I nodded and said "of course", but I could never have imagined what would follow. & # 39;

The clip shows how Rumari explains what life with autism is like. He shows them a hand gesture that he often does, and adds that it is actually fun for him to do.

& # 39; If I couldn't ever teach again or if there was ever a question on my path to this role as an educator, this moment solidified my goal, & # 39; she said about the moment

& # 39; If I couldn't ever teach again or if there was ever a question on my path to this role as an educator, this moment solidified my goal, & # 39; she said about the moment

& # 39; If I couldn't ever teach again or if there was ever a question on my path to this role as an educator, this moment solidified my goal, & # 39; she said about the moment

Moe could only record the end of the discussion, but managed to capture the moment when the younger ones answered questions and requests from his peers.

& # 39; Can I have a hug? & # 39; a student asks.

& # 39; I don't find it weird, & # 39; another adds

A student claims: & # 39; I think you are great. & # 39;

& # 39; I think it doesn't matter what a person does or that they look weird or sometimes make strange noises, & # 39; explained a girl. & # 39; That's no problem. They are and it doesn't matter. They are good as they are as you are. & # 39;

At one point, one of Rumari's classmates asks him or students with autism to struggle with their emotions.

Rumari went around the classroom and gave more hugs before she turned to Moe and gave her too.

Moe told me that she soon started crying at the hot moment and added that she got permission from Rumari & # 39; s parents to show the video.

& # 39; If I never had the opportunity to re-teach or if there was ever a question on my path to this role as an educator, my goal was solidified right now, & # 39; she said.

Rumari gives different hugs from classmates when he answers questions

Rumari gives different hugs from classmates when he answers questions

Rumari gives different hugs from classmates when he answers questions

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