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James Lee

Philosophy Through Teaching by Emily Esch, Keven Hermberg, and Rory E. Kraft Jr. (eds.)
https://philosopherscocoon.typepad.com/blog/2021/07/pedagogical-literature-for-philosophy.html#comments

Teaching Philosophy: A Guide by Steven M. Cahn
https://www.routledge.com/Teaching-Philosophy-A-Guide/Cahn/p/book/9780815358565

TeachPhilosophy101
https://www.teachphilosophy101.org/?tabid=36

"Teaching Philosophy Graduate Students About Effective Teaching" by Melissa Jacquart and Jessey Wright (see appendix for literature)
https://www.pdcnet.org/pdc/bvdb.nsf/purchase?openform&fp=teachphil&id=teachphil_2017_0999_7_13_66

Paul Carron

Teaching Ethics is another solid journal. The director of the Academy for Teaching and learning at Baylor is a philosopher, so you might also check out their website.

Mark Herman

AAPT has a Zoom conference on Wednesday (https://philosophyteachers.org/2021-summer-session-day-3-program/). Requires membership (sliding scale starting at $25), though membership includes online access to “Teaching Philosophy” and “AAPT Studies in Pedagogy.” There’s an active “Teaching Philosophy” group on Facebook that would be a good place to post any further questions that may arise.

Michel

There's also a book of methods (some now in need of updating, but it still makes for really interesting reading) compiled by the founding editor of Teaching Philosophy, Arnold Wilson. It's called "Demonstrating Philosophy. Novel Ways to Teach Philosophical Concepts".

It's not cheap at this point, but I've found it a very worthwhile investment.

UK Grad

John Rudisill's "The Transition from Studying Philosophy to Doing Philosophy" is an excellent recent-ish paper published in Teaching Philosophy! I loved this bit:

"There is a difference between merely studying a particular domain of knowledge called
‘philosophy’ and fully engaging in a sort of intellectual activity, also called ‘philosophy."

See here: https://philpapers.org/rec/RUDTTF

Karl

The APA has a Teaching Philosophy Newsletter with lots of pedagogical stuff.

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