Online tutorial on strategies for creating active learning while using Powerpoint, from University of Minnesota Center for Teaching and Learning. Well-organized site with good suggestions.
Click "Teaching Resources" in menu on the left for extensive list of resources for teaching psychology (including social psychology). Includes powerpoint presentations, class activities on various topics (e.g. prisoner's dilemma activity), articles on teaching strategies, etc.
Information about authentic assessment as an idea as well as an assessment glossary and lots of information on creating and using rubrics, learning through authentic tasks, and portfolios to evaluate student learning. Includes examples, although all are from K-12, not college.
Site includes basic overview of how to use the jigsaw classroom and implementation tips (including how to deal with common problems). Also a bibliography for further reading on the technique.
Georgia State Master Teaching Program site on critical thinking (its characteristics, how to teach it to students using interactive lectures and group work, etc.). Also includes a bibliography for additional reading on the subject.