A Practical Laboratory for Optics Experiments
Noisy Learning: Loud but Fun Music Education Activities
The activities in this course are designed for children preschool or elementary school age. Some introduce basic music concepts; others focus on music of a particular culture. All encourage noise and activity, so they make excellent breaks from desk work, but be sure you are not disturbing the class down the hall!
Musical Travels for Children
A combination social studies and music course for children at elementary school level. Some lessons feature music to learn; others introduce interesting aspects of music in other cultures. Individual lessons can be used in any order or left out.
labview graphical programming
labview graphical programming
A project by Rice University students done in Fall 2004 for ELEC 301. An investigation of signal processing techniques applied to iris recognition.
Introduction to School Leadership
An Introduction to School Leadership for the Principal Certification Program
Introduction to Music Theory
This course introduces the basic concepts and terms needed to discuss melody and harmony. It is intended for teens or adults with no background in music theory but some familiarity with reading common notation and playing an instrument (or singing). Concepts covered include interval, major and minor keys and scales, triads and chords.
Introduction to Bioinformatics
Introduction to bioinformatics
Instrument and Note Identification
This contains the modules in which the Fall 2004 Elec 301 project of Charles Tripp, Michael Lawrence and Nate Shaw is explained.
Information and Signal Theory
This course gives the student a broad introduction to basics in signal processing and information theory.
General Chemistry II
Concept Development Studies used for the second semester of first year general chemistry at Rice University.
General Chemistry I
Concept Development Studies associated with the first semester of a two semester General Chemistry course at Rice University
Biography of Galileo
Face Recognition using Eigenfaces
An introduction to automated face recognition using eigenfaces.
ECE 320 Spring 2004
Development of real-time digital signal processing (DSP) systems using a DSP microprocessor; several structured laboratory exercises, such as sampling and digital filtering, followed by an extensive DSP project of the student's choice.
DSP Laboratory with TI TMS320C54x (International Demo)
This course is a demonstration of using the Connexions project to host foreign language content in the context of a DSP lab course. It borrows material from Doug Jones' ECE320 course at UIUC and provides translations of some of the material in the Japanese, Chinese and Thai languages.
Equilibria and the solution of linear and linear least squares problems. Dynamical systems and the eigenvalue problem with the Jordan form and Laplace transform via complex integration.
Eye from the course General Human Anatomy
General Human Anatomy - Fall 2006. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination.
Mud feels good!
Students will listen to "Mud Walk" by Joy Cowley. Students will experience and describe mud using a bubble map to record their responses. Students will create a class book using chocolate pudding to imitate mud.
Formulating Questions to Meet Information Needs of ESL Students
A multi-activity lesson plan to teach the concept of asking engaging, researchable questions prior to reading which leads to effective inquiries during project work. Using engaging questions creates a sense of connectedness by linking academic contents with students' personal concerns. The lesson is primarily designed for English Language Learners although it can be adapted for mainstream students. This lesson can also be modified for use with grades 4-8.