Ideas, inspiration, and advice to help you create engaging learning experiences for your students.

  • Teaching in College Course for Postdocs

    Dr. Honeycutt was invited to design and facilitate a 9-week course for postdocs at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences focused on Teaching in College. Topics included: lesson planning, assessment, active learning strategies, student motivation, student engagement, teaching philosophies, teaching portfolios, and the peer review of teaching process.

  • Creating a Professional Development Course for Faculty

    In this self-paced online course, Dr. Honeycutt has created a step-by-step process to help educators figure out what to FLIP, how to organize a successful flipped learning experience, how to avoid the most common mistakes, and how create strategies to engage students and improve learning. The course features a Flipped Strategies Library with more than 100 teaching strategies to add to flipped and active learning classrooms. Learn more.

  • Conducting Research

    Dr. Honeycutt was invited by the leaders at Magna Publications to conduct the first Faculty Focus survey on trends and current issues related flipping the college classroom. This study was released in 2015 and included feedback from more than 1,000 faculty members. We explored faculty motivations for flipping, benefits and challenges to implementing flipped learning, and types of support needed for success. Download the full report.

  • Advancing Scholarship and Writing

    Dr. Honeycutt’s newest book is Flipping the College Classroom: Practical Advice from Faculty (September 2016, Magna Publications) is now available. Dr. Honeycutt serves as both the editor and a contributing author. This book highlights the work of several faculty members across the world who are engaging in flipped instruction in higher education. They share their recommendations, most helpful advice, and most trusted resources. The book also includes tools, templates, and reflection questions to help you integrate the flipped model of instruction into your courses.

  • Providing Professional Development for Adjunct Faculty

    For the past three years, Dr. Honeycutt has worked an external consultant as part of the Cooperating Raleigh Colleges’ mission to provide professional development in teaching for adjunct faculty across the six Raleigh area campuses. Dr. Honeycutt conducts research and provides support for program development and assessment. She also works directly with speakers to align the goals of the CRC with the workshop topics. Learn more.

  • Leading Faculty Development Initiatives & Curricular Transformation

    Dr. Honeycutt and her team were selected to provide a multi-year faculty and student professional development program for Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy. The program focused on how to integrate the FLIP throughout the curriculum by focusing on team work, active learning, and critical thinking. Dr. Honeycutt and Dr. Kammer provided workshops for faculty and students, instructional coaching sessions, classroom observations, collaborated with research projects, and served as consultants for the leadership team and faculty engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Learn more.