Teach Philosophy 101
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"One of the most comprehensive, well-researched, and accessible guides for teachers that I have ever seen." James Lang, Chronicle of Higher Education (read full review of TΦ101)
The American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT) provides its members online access to resources for philosophy instructors, and maintains a useful list of documents and resources.
American Philosophical Association has a Teaching Committee, which maintains a newsletter with teaching ideas.
The Lilly Foundation hosts a series of regional conferences on new directions in college teaching. If you are interested in pedagogy, you should definitely attend one of these (and submit a proposal for a presentation on something innovative that you are doing). You'll learn a lot about the interesting new things that are happening, and also get a lot of inspiration for things to do in your own class.
National Resource Center for First-Year Experience and Students in Transition is a leader in best practices for students transitioning to college.
The Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) is a national organization that advocates and supports introducing philosophy to pre-college students.
Update: April 28, 2015; April 2020