Academic Advising PostersOn this site, Psych Learning Curve highlights the importance and utility of these posters developed by Appleby, Apple, and Stoloff (2018).
Cult of PedagogyOn this site Jennifer Gonzalez (@cultofpedagogy), Editor-In-Chief, and her team provide articles, podcasts, and videos on a wide-range of teaching topics applicable to higher ed and k-12.
Learning Scientists This website, founded by Megan Sumeraki (@DrSumeraki) and Yana Weinstein (@doctorwhy), is the work of a group of cognitive scientists who blog and develop podcasts and videos centered on making learning research accessible to teachers, students, and parents.
Open Textbook Library This website, by the Center for Open Education at the University of Minnesota is a good place to start for textbook materials. It includes a variety of different fields.
Open Education Resources CommonsThis website is a great resource for a wide variety of teachers and professors, covering K-12 to graduate level. Their resources include textbook and even fully developed, editable courses.
The Society for the Teaching of PsychologyThis society (and their website) promotes the scholarship of teaching and learning within psychology. They sponsor an annual conference and journal. They also offer several additional resources on their website and you can follow them on twitter (@teachpsych)
National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology This website is actually for an annual conference we attend for psychology educators (high school through university). The conference includes workshops, invited speakers, and general sessions all designed to help teachers be effective and engaging instructors of psychology.