Below are links to a few websites and resources I've found helpful in preparing to teach my introductory statistics courses. I hope other instructors find them useful, as well. If you're new to teaching statistics, start with the items on the first link.
Start with these articles if you haven't read them yet.
Resources from the American Statistical Association, including some cool data sets.
Journal of Statistics Education
Statistics Education Research Journal
Website with resources for teachers of statistics
Notes, Activities, and ideas for teaching AP Statistics
Playing video games in the STEM subjects: Why it's important
A CNN article with a success story of flipping a calculus class
The Common Core Standards for teaching Statistics, Probability, and Data
Analysis for elementary and middle school levels.
Webster West's applet collection; "Even more applets" contains an important applet for sampling distributions. This website may move soon.
Rossman & Chance applets make different kinds of simulation studies easy
A new way of creating presentations
A place to get interesting proportion examples quickly (margins of error and sampling size and method are usually at the bottoms of articles).
General Social Survey: A great place to get real categorical data
Data And Story Library: Data sets of all types, sorted by topic and statistical method
UC Irvine Machine Learning Repository: Data sets of usually more variables, able to be sorted by topic and statistical method
A Word document with a large normal table for the visually impaired
A Word document with a large t-table for the visually impaired
The University's web page on all this fraud stuff. I'm trying to keep myself organized.