If you are conducting a research project or planning a long-term professional development program, I can serve as a member of your team or as an external consultant throughout the process.
My scholarship and areas of expertise focus on active learning, flipped classrooms in higher education, instructional design, faculty development, and professional development for graduate students and postdocs.
Featured Consulting Projects:
Providing Professional Development for Adjunct and Part-Time Faculty: Cooperating Raleigh Colleges
Since 2014, Dr. Honeycutt has served as an external consultant to support 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, implementation, and assessment. Learn more.
Design and Facilitate a "Teaching in College" Course for Postdoctoral Scholars
Dr. Honeycutt teaches 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. Learn more.
Lead Faculty Development Initiatives and Curricular Transformation: Flipping Pharmacy Education
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 focused on flipping Pharmacy education.
The program focused on how to integrate the FLIP model throughout the curriculum. Dr. Honeycutt's team facilitated workshops for faculty and graduate students, provided instructional coaching sessions, and offered resources to support the scholarship of teaching and learning. Learn more.
Conduct Research: Studying Flipped Classrooms in Higher Education
Dr. Honeycutt was invited by the leaders at Magna Publications to conduct the first Faculty Focus survey examining trends and current issues related to flipping the college classroom. This study was released in 2015 and included feedback from more than 1,000 faculty members.
Topics included analyzing faculty motivations for flipping, comparing the benefits and challenges of implementing flipped learning in higher education, and a discussion of the types of support needed for success. Download the full report.
For more information about these projects or to discuss your idea, contact me and let's work together!