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MUHAMMAD SHARIF UDDIN is a scholar in the Urban Educational Leadership Program at Morgan State University. ...doi:10.32674/jis.v11i2.2333 fatcat:zoaaere3xjb3jgsrw27iqmya5e
Inequality in the promised land: Race, resources, and suburban schooling is a well-written book by L' Heureux Lewis-McCoy. The book is based on Lewis-McCoy's doctoral dissertation, that included an ethnographic study in a suburban area named Rolling Acres in the Midwestern United States. Lewis-McCoy studied the relationship between families and those families' relationships with schools. Through this study, the author explored how invisible inequality and racism in an affluent suburban areadoi:10.32674/jise.v9i1.1703 fatcat:umjr4bfjpjb3vmfqkpufpz4f3e
more »... me the barrier for racial and economically minority students to grow up academically. Lewis-McCoy also discovered the hope of the minority community for raising their children for a better future.
Critical pedagogy is a vital teaching strategy, one designed to strengthen the awareness of learners about justice and social equality, while improving their knowledge. Teachers today are busy in the classroom; they prepare the student for high stakes testing and, in the process, work to save the school from closing. As a result, teaching is most often test-oriented rather than knowledge-centered. This paper aims to provide a few examples of how several teachers use critical strategies in thedoi:10.32674/jump.v3i2.1788 fatcat:pmb5fey6ljb7jgth27necpsfvq
more »... assroom and how these teaching methods affect student thinking and learning positively. Lastly, the paper argues that classroom teachers should employ critical pedagogy in the classroom to prepare students to gain critical thinking skills and to help create a just society.
ZUBAIR SHARIF received the B.S. degree from COMSATS University, Vehari, Pakistan, in 2017, and the M.S. degree from COMSATS University, Sahiwal, in 2019, both in computer science. ... MUHAMMAD AYAZ received the M.S. degree in computer science from SZABIST Islamabad Pakistan and the Ph.D. degree in information technology from University Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia, in 2007 and 2011, ...doi:10.1109/access.2019.2932609 fatcat:rblrdhep4fgjjlb77wv3vkrxnm
Even after the failure of EC-IC bypass trial, EC- IC bypass can help many patients in preventing future stroke. Here we present a case series of patients with cerebral ischemia from different etiological modes who underwent EC-IC bypass with positive end results. Methods: Patients in these cases series with TIA/stroke/recurrent stroke were evaluated clinically for the history of TIA or recurrent/hemodynamic TIA (in rest or during work) or progressive hemiparesis/aphasia/visual disturbances ordoi:10.33962/roneuro-2020-046 fatcat:wv2d57e4inemno2ujkjabi3hru
more »... dden hemiplegia/hemiparesis/aphasia with subsequent significant (days to a week) recovery. MRI of the brain was done in ischemic protocol in all cases. To see the arterial pathology dynamic CTA was also done in all cases except one case. DSA was done in 03 cases. When clinical features, cerebral ischemia on MRI and arterial stenosis/occlusion on angiogram were concordant with each other, only then cerebral revascularization was done. After bypass, all patients were followed up regularly. All recorded data were reviewed retrospectively. Results: Total no. of cases were 08. The most common presentation was hemiparesis. Etiologies were infective thrombosis of ICA, orbital cellulitis, thrombosed giant ICA aneurysm, single & multiple vessel occlusion and MCA stenosis. High flow EC-IC bypass was done in one case. STA- MCA bypass was done in rest of the cases. All patient were ambulant with static neuro-status without new stroke till last follow up. All bypasses were patent and functioning till last follow up (clinical, Doppler/Imaging). Conclusion: In carefully selected cases cerebral revascularization in ischemic conditions can result positive outcome.
MUHAMMAD SHARIF UDDIN is a scholar in the Urban Educational Leadership Program at Morgan State University, USA. ...doi:10.32674/ijeei.v4i1.46 fatcat:lekbv6lv6ze3bbiz2bichkqe2i
Educational Research and Reviews
Then Google Scholars and Open Journals in Education (OJED.ORG) were also Sharif 663 searched. ... Berg et al. (2019) propose three programs that Sharif 665 the school leadership team can apply to form teacher leadership. ...doi:10.5897/err2020.4057 fatcat:57b4fmmvwzabre5g6alukj4uwi
This paper presents a method for speech recognition using hybrid of dynamic vocabulary through dynamic grammar and parallel recognition events in runtime environment. The key idea is to use different recognition operations in such a way that speech can be recognized accurately. The method makes the recognition of the speech independent of old static vocabulary through a dynamic grammar loading process. The proposed approach is divided into different tasks which are Dynamic grammar upload anddoi:10.7763/ijfcc.2014.v3.275 fatcat:jawx2ffhxfbo5loekopwyt74au
more »... allel listening events for recognition process. This algorithm can quickly and correctly detect the speech. Under the experimental database which was taken from real speech inputs, 247 out of 250 words were successfully recognized. The average accuracy of speech recognition is, therefore, 85.0%.
Anterior cerebral artery is an important terminal branch of internal carotid artery. It forms the anterior component of circle of Willis along with the anterior communicating artery. It is known for the frequent variations. The knowledge of anatomical variations in anterior cerebral artery is of considerable help to clinicians and interventionists. Method: Morphology and variations of the anterior cerebral arteries and the anterior communicating artery were studied in 90 patients undergonedoi:10.3329/bjn.v32i2.57441 fatcat:5rvzhmjuebfexkxn2ihugirzka
more »... al subtraction angiography (DSA). Results: Variations were found in 33% (n=30). Variations of the segments in relation with size, course, communications and terminations of the anterior cerebral artery (ACA) were noted. These were divided into different groups like hypoplasia, aplasia, duplication and fenestrations. Hypoplasia/Aplasia of proximal anterior cerebral artery (A1) was 24.5% in right side and 9% in left side. Anterior communicating artery (AComA) was found absent in 9% and fenestration in 9%. Callosomarginal artery was found absent in 2.2% in right side and 4.5% in left side. In right callosomarginal artery 6% had abnormal origin and 3.5% abnormal in left side.Pericallosal artery was present 100% on both sides. Conclusion: Variations of anterior cerebral artery complex anatomy is found common in Bangladeshi population. Bangladesh Journal of Neuroscience 2016; Vol. 32 (2): 56-62
A 55-year-old male presented with complete left-sided weakness of the body with a National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) 15 and Alberta Stroke Program Early Computed Tomography (ASPECT) score 8 and occlusion of the right middle cerebral artery (MCA) in the M1 segment on Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA). Intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) was not performed as symptoms developed at sleep. Mechanical Thrombectomy was performed after 4.5 hours of the symptom onset with recanalizationdoi:10.3329/jninb.v5i1.42178 fatcat:6odduccffrcelpst2zyt7kz2vi
more »... Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction (TICI classification 2b). Journal of National Institute of Neurosciences Bangladesh, 2019;5(1): 90-94
Momin Uddin Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka Otolaryngology 087-9469 Muhammad Shahidul Alam Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong Otolaryngology 087-9530 Sohaila Ahmad Rajshahi Medical College ... Shamsu Uddin Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi Medicine 087-7135 Sk. ...doi:10.3329/jbcps.v33i4.28151 fatcat:wpsum4amovh45fivjwzdndgwaa
Peers of Sial Sharif and Bugvis of Bhera played the leading role, while pro-British feudal lords supported the government. ... While on the arrest of Peer of Sial-Sharif, the Muslims of Soon Valley began to offer arrest every day. From the Khilafat movement, Muslims of Sargodha enhanced their awareness and gained experience. ... of Shahpur, Sahibzada Muhammad Sadullah of Sial Sharif. ...doi:10.31703/gpr.2020(v-iv).12 fatcat:2hzldh7xjveulneb2ivlrozehy
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Rajapiira, 1935. 261 Ahmad Sharif see Sharif, Ahmad. Ahmad Tarbin see Tarbin, Ahmad. Ahmad ‘Uthman Hamzawi see Hamzawi, Ahmad ‘Uthman. Bosra ‘per Zakariya. ... Ahmad, Aziz-uddin see Bilgrami, Azizuddin Ahmad, 1886- Ahmad, Azizuddin, 1900- Islamic law in theory and practice, by Aziz Ahmad. With a foreword by S. A. Rahman. ...
Gias Uddin Comilla Medical College, Comilla Paediatrics 390009 Mohammad Shahidul Islam BGC Trust Medical College, Chittagong. ... Name From where graduated Subject 410001 Hasan Nazir Uddin Preli -Surgery Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barisal 410003 Md. ...doi:10.3329/jbcps.v36i4.38191 fatcat:3aba5l5z4ve2xlzwcvx444dkuy
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