As I mentioned in my introductory post, I plan to write mostly about teaching. But I don’t want to give the impression that I think I’m an expert dispensing pedagogical Truth. I’ve taught a fair amount for a grad student: I’ve been sole instructor for 8 courses, I’ve TA’d a bunch, and I was a GRE tutor and a marching band percussion instructor.  But I’m definitely still picking it up as I go, and I hope that writing at the Cocoon will be another avenue for learning from folks who know things I don't.
With that in mind, I thought I’d start by sharing my collection of online teaching resources. I have these bookmarked and refer to them often, especially when I’m thinking about a new course. These are collections of entries, not single articles (though I may post a collection of those later). I hope you find them useful. More importantly, I hope you have suggestions to add to the list. If you know a good source I missed, put it in the comments and I’ll update the post periodically.
Philosophy Teaching-focused organizations
University teaching & learning centers
One source I’ll single out is the newsletter from Faculty Focus. The occasionally send out rather expensive workshops, books, etc., so it can be a bit spammy, admittedly. But the newsletter also sends out focused weekly tips for a whole range of issues in teaching. I like it because it is a regular reminder of all sorts of nuts-and-bolts strategies on things like minimal marking or class participation.
I’ll also note that the APA has a list that includes both links to other collections and to discrete articles (and to the Cocoon!)
 If you think teaching undergrads is hard, try strapping a bass drum on a 13 year old and then training them to not hit it.