The following is a list of articles, books, and web-based resources intended to stimulate, challenge, and encourage reflection on pedagogical aims and practices within the discipline of Religious Studies.

AAR Teaching Religious Studies Series (published by Oxford University Press).  Volumes in this series contain essays that locate the topic within its historical context and within the academic study of religion, as well as provide discussions of related pedagogical issues.

Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion website

The Wabash Center --- AAR Syllabi Project  A searchable collection of online course syllabi.

The Society of Biblical Literature's list of recommended resources for teaching Bible.

The Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Texas at Austin has one of the richest teaching center presences on the web, with many multimedia-enhanced learning modules on higher education pedagogy.  Their Becoming a College Teacher is an excellent place to begin.

Stanford's Center for Teaching and Learning also boasts a extensive collection of resources in their Teaching Talk portal.