I’d also recommend this resource list from the Gender and Education Association, as well as this guide from the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching
Crawley, S. L., Lewis, J. E., & Mayberry, M. (2008). Introduction—feminist pedagogies in action: Teaching beyond disciplines. Feminist Teacher, 19(1), 1-12.
Crawley, S. L., Curry, H., Dumois-Sands, J., Tanner, C., & Wyker, C. (2008). Full-contact pedagogy: Lecturing with questions and student-centered assignments as methods for inciting self-reflexivity for faculty and students. Feminist Teacher, 19(1), 13-30.
Freire, P. (1972). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Herder and Herder.
Freire, P. (1973). Education for critical consciousness (Vol. 1). Bloomsbury Publishing.
Hooks, B. (1994). Engaged pedagogy. Teaching to Transgress: education as the practice of freedom, 13-22.
Hernandez, D., Rehman, B., & Moraga, C. (2002). Colonize this!: Young women of color on today’s feminism. Seal Press.
Macdonald, A., & Sánchez-Casal, S. (2002). Twenty-first-century feminist classrooms. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Schiebinger, L. L. (1999). Has feminism changed science?. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.
Sellers, S. A. (2008). Native American women’s studies: A primer. Peter Lang Pub Incorporated.
Shrewsbury, C. M. (1987). What is feminist pedagogy?. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 15(3/4), 6-14.
Webber, M. (2005, May). “Don’t be so feminist”: Exploring student resistance to feminist approaches in a Canadian university. In Women’s Studies International Forum (Vol. 28, No. 2-3, pp. 181-194). Pergamon.