Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D.

As the Founder of Flip It Consulting, Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D., facilitates workshops, shares strategies, and designs resources to teach educators how to create engaging learning environments using flipped strategies. Dr. Honeycutt also serves as the Director of Graduate Professional Development and Teaching Programs at NC State University where she leads a team of professionals who provide support, training, and resources for graduate students and postdocs representing all colleges within the university. She also serves as an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult & Higher Education in the College of Education at NC State.


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Assessment Strategies for the Flipped Classroom

Assessment Strategies for the Flipped Classroom

Flipped classes popular because they can be very effective learning environments. Instructors using flipped lessons must be careful to plan and structure the environment to support student learning. It is critical to integrate and relate the learning outcomes, activities, and assessment strategies to ensure that pre-class work supports the in-class work. This seminar gives you assessment strategies.


How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?

How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?

Learn the structure and find the confidence to flip a lesson in a course you already teach or a new course you are designing. Discover how to integrate flipped lessons into the overall course for a seamless learning experience for your students.


The Flipped Approach to a Learner-Centered Class

The Flipped Approach to a Learner-Centered Class

In a lecture-centered classroom, the instructor delivers content in class and then sends students home to complete homework. When you deliver informational content outside the classroom and then use class time to facilitate engagement and deeper learning—that’s a flipped classroom. Learn the skills needed to become more learner-centered and flip your classroom.


The Flipped Approach to a Learner-Centered Class

The Flipped Approach to a Learner-Centered Class

Flipping a class is more than taping a lecture, putting it online, and then slotting it in the syllabus. The course has to have the right incentive structure to ensure students prepare before class. Fortunately, there are some sound strategies that can help any instructor flip just about any lesson, and you can learn about them in this white paper.


The Flipped Approach to Online Teaching and Learning

The Flipped Approach to Online Teaching and Learning

Flipped classrooms look different in blended and online learning environments, particularly those that are asynchronous. Learn how to flip your online courses by analyzing models for the flipped class and exploring how to expand and adapt these definitions to include online learning environments.


What Are 5 FAQs about Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?

What Are 5 FAQs about Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?

This program will give you the confidence you need to start flipping your own courses right away. Discover the answers to the five most common areas of concern for instructors new to flipping.


Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?

Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?

If you have been wanting to flip but don’t know where to start or fear you’ll do it all wrong, this program is for you. Identify the flippable lessons in any course and determine which parts of your lessons you should actually invest time and energy in flipping.