Cult of Pedagogy – Jennifer Gonzalez’s online magazine covers all things education – resources, new research and developments, and MANY things to get you thinking about your practice and professional development (join the cult).
EdChange Critical Multicultural Pavilion – Hub for incorporating multicultural resources and social justice themes into the classroom. Links to new books, free resources and activities, intro to teacher action research & more on the EdChange webpage (click here), a project by Paul Gorski.
Feminist Teacher – Great blog and source of inspiration for feminist educators at the K – 12 level by Ileana Jiménez (visit her here).
Not Awful and Boring – a blog by Jessica Hartnett full of neat ways to frame and explain concepts in research methods and statistics, two subjects that many people don’t feel confident about teaching. (Not Awful and Boring)
Open Syllabus Project – Do you want to know what’s commonly covered in a particular course or discipline? Well this is the place for that and a whole lot more. The project has analyzed over a million syllabi and put together data on teaching scores and other metrics that might be of interest for those in higher ed. (Open Syllabus Project)
Psychology’s Feminist Voices – History project documenting the work of feminist psychologists. The project started in 2004 and the site has been live since 2010. It has brief biographies, interviews, video clips and documents. This site is useful if you’d like to incorporate more diversity into a history class or specific topic, or direct students to a high-quality online resource. (Psychology’s Feminist Voices)
Resources for Teaching Social Psych – Just what it sounds like! Tons of links to resources of all kinds (visit here).
SoTL Annotated Lit Database – An annotated database of literature on the scholarship of teaching and learning (visit here).