Publications & Presentations

publication_presentation_collageSelected Publications:

Honeycutt, B. (forthcoming, October 2014). Flipped classrooms in higher education:  Motivations, benefits, and challenges (working title for whitepaper). Magna Publications.

Honeycutt, B. & Glova, S. (March 31, 2014).  Can you flip an online class?  Faculty Focus. Magna Publications.

Honeycutt, B. (March 13, 2014). Try the ‘C3B4Me’ policy to encourage students to become self-directed learners in the flipped classroom. Fractus Learning.

Honeycutt, B. & Egan Warren, S. (February 17, 2014). The flipped classroom:  Integrating Moments of Reflection. Faculty Focus. Magna Publications.

Honeycutt, B. & Glova, S. (December 2013). 101 Ways to FLIP Your Online Class. Raleigh, NC: Flip It Consulting.

Honeycutt, B. & Garrett, J. (September 2013).  The flipped approach to a learner-centered class. (whitepaper). Magna Publications.

Honeycutt, B. (July 1, 2013). “Five Ways to Address Student Resistance in the Flipped Classroom.”  Fractus Learning.  Available online: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2013/07/01/student-resistance-flipped-classroom/

Honeycutt, B. (March 25, 2013). “Looking for ‘Flippable’ Moments in Your Class.” Faculty Focus.  Magna Publications.  Available online: http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/looking-for-flippable-moments-in-your-class/

Honeycutt, B. (July 2012).  101 Ways to FLIP!  Raleigh, NC:  Flip It Consulting.

Ferzli, M., Morant, T., Honeycutt, B., Egan Warren, S., Fenn, M., & Burns-Williams, B. (May 2012). “Conceptualizing Graduate Teaching Assistant Development Through Stages of Concern.” Working Theories for TA and ITA Development. New Forums Press.

Honeycutt, B. (April 16, 2012). A Syllabus Tip: Embed Big Questions.  Faculty Focus.  Magna Publications.

Honeycutt, B., Ferzli, M., Morant, T., & Egan Warren, S. (2011). An interdisciplinary approach to address challenges of graduate TA training:  Reflections in best practice.   Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development. New Forums Press.

Holmes, S. & Honeycutt, B. (2008).  L.A. Annetta (ed.), Serious Educational Games: From Theory to Practice.  Chapter 4, pgs. 39-45.  Sense Publishers.

Honeycutt, B. (2006).  Students’ perceptions and experiences in a learning environment that uses an instructional game as a teaching strategy.  Published conference proceedings from the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Southeast Regional Conference.  North Carolina State University. Raleigh, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. (2005).  Students’ perceptions and experiences in a learning environment that uses an instructional games as a teaching strategy.  Unpublished dissertation. North Carolina State University. Raleigh, North Carolina.

Textbook Review, Kraus’ Recreation and Leisure in Modern Society, 7th ed. for Jones and Bartlett Publishers (October, 2005).

Honeycutt, B. (2004).  Classroom learning activities:  Using frame games in the college classroom. SCHOLE:  A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 19, 169-173.

Selected Presentations, Workshops & Speaking Engagements

(Complete list of faculty development workshops, keynotes, training sessions, and presentations is available upon request.)

Honeycutt, B. & Egan Warren, S. (November 7-8, 2014). Creating a comprehensive plan for the flipped learning environment. The Teaching Professor and Magna Publications, San Antonio, TX.

Honeycutt, B. (October 2014). Invited plenary speaker for the Teaching Professor Technology Conference. Denver, CO.

Honeycutt, B. (May 29-June 1, 2014). Invited pre-workshop speaker for the Teaching Professor Conference. Boston, MA.

Ferzli, M., Morant, T., Honeycutt, B., Egan Warren, S., Fenn, M., & Burns-Williams, B. (April 4, 2012 ). “Conceptualizing Graduate Teaching Assistant Development Through Stages of Concern.” Office of Faculty Development’s second annual Teaching and Learning Symposium. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Ferzli, M., Morant, T., Honeycutt, B., Egan Warren, S., Fenn, M., & Burns-Williams, B. (February 23-26, 2012 ). “Conceptualizing Graduate Teaching Assistant Development Through Stages of Concern.” Presented at the 41st Annual Conference of Southern Graduate Schools Meeting. Jacksonville, Florida.

Clayton, P. & Honeycutt, B. (Feburary 21, 2012). “Graduate Education and Service-Learning.”  Invited workshop at the 9th Annual Conference on Service-Learning.  East Carolina University. Greenville, NC.

Honeycutt, B. (February 17, 2012).  “Flip the Lecture:  Creating an Engaging and Interactive Learning Environment.”  Invited workshop at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  Center for Graduate Life.  Charlotte, NC.

Overman, E. & Honeycutt, B. (February 10-12, 2012).  The Mentoring and Teaching Practicum.  Poster presentation at the Lilly  South Conference on College and University Teaching (won best poster award). University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Honeycutt, B. (November 5, 2011). “Finding an Academic Position.” Invited panelist at the Career Symposium for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars.  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC.

Ferzli, M., Morant, T., Honeycutt, B., Egan Warren, S., Fenn, M., & Burns-Williams, B. (2011) “iCATT: Collaborating to prepare and support Graduate Teaching Assistants Office of Faculty Development.” Poster presentation at the Office of Faculty Development’s first annual Teaching and Learning Symposium. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Honeycutt, B., Ferzli, M., Morant, T., & Egan Warren, S. (August 21, 2008). Inspiring Graduate Teaching Assistants to Pursue Excellence in Teaching. Innovation in Instruction, 5th Annual Summer Conference, Elon University, Elon, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B., Fire, N., & Wright, D., Jenkins, J. (February 2008).  “Developing Leveled Competencies for Graduate Teaching Assistants Within a Campus-Wide Effort for Graduate TA Development.” Presentation at the Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching.  University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B., Fire, N., & Wright, D. (February 2008).  “Promoting Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching: The Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching at NCSU.”  Poster Presentation at the Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching.  University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B., Bullock, B., Clayton, P., Hess, G., Moore, A., Moses, M., Stallings, S., Thompson, R., & Usry B. (February 2008).  “Approaches to Designing and Enhancing Service-Learning Opportunities.”  Presentation at the 10th Annual Campus Compact Service-Learning Conference at Elon University.

Honeycutt, B. (November 2007).  “The Role of Writing in an Introductory Service-Learning Course.”  Presentation at the Campus Writing and Speaking Seminar Series.  North Carolina State University.  Raleigh, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. (February 2007).  “The Lost Course:  Transforming an Introductory Course Through Integrated Service-Learning Experience.”  North Carolina Campus Compact, 9th Annual Service-Learning Conference, Elon University.

Byrd, E., Honeycutt, B., & Bedini, L. (January 2007).  “Using Games to Encourage and Enhance Communication in the Classroom.”  Presentation at the Society of Parks and Recreation Educators InstituteClemson University, South Carolina.

Fortune, J., Banks, A., Honeycutt, B., & Robinson, E. (November 2006).  “Integrating SoTL into the Culture, Vision and Values of a Research Extensive University.”  Presentation at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  Washington, D.C.

Honeycutt, B. (September 2006).  “Students Perceptions and Experiences in a Learning Environment that Uses a Game as a Teaching Strategy.”  Presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Southeast Regional Conference.  North Carolina State University. Raleigh, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B., Byrd, E., & Dorwart, C. (September 2006).  “Playing with Bloom’s Taxonomy:  Using Educational Games to Enhance Teaching and Learning.” Presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Southeast Regional Conference.  North Carolina State University. Raleigh, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. (April 2006).  “Students Perceptions and Experiences in a Learning Environment that Uses a Game as a Teaching Strategy.”  Poster presentation at the Undergraduate Assessment Symposium.  Cary, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. & Byrd, E. (February 2006).  “More Than Just a Game: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Using Games as a Teaching and Learning Strategy.”  Presentation at the Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching.  University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. & Moore, A. (January 2005).  “Getting to Know You:  Creating Community in the Classroom.”  Presentation at the Society for Park and Recreation Educators Teaching Institute.  Sacramento, California.

Honeycutt, B., Greenwood, B., & Moore, A. (November 2004). “Reflections in experiential education:  Making it real.”  Presentation at the North Carolina Recreation and Park Society’s 60th annual conference.  Hickory, North Carolina.

Honeycutt, B. (April 2004).  Poster presentation at the Future of Forests and Natural Resources Distinguished Lecture Event.  Poster Title:  Using Games as an Instructional Strategy in the College Classroom.  North Carolina State University, McKimmon Center, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Contact Information

Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D.
Founder, Flip It Consulting, LLC
barbi@flipitconsulting.com
barbi_honeycutt@ncsu.edu

Director of Graduate Professional Development and Teaching Programs, The Graduate School, NC State University

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education in the College of Education, NC State University

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