I developed a course on experimental philosophy for undergraduates. The course provides both an overview of some of the current debates in experimental philosophy and of a few basics of statistical inference, including testing for normality, t-tests, correlations, chi-square, and Fisher's exact test. Students also replicated a well-known philosophical experiment (Knobe's side effect effect) and Shaun Nichols' Genealogy of norms. They did fieldwork and recruited coders. The module (course) guide can be found here. A discussion of how I approached teaching statistics to philosophy students can be found here.
Readings by women philosophers
It is still very common that students only get readings by male authors in their introductory classes to philosophy. This contributes to the image of philosophy as a boys only discipline. To improve gender balance in the philosophy profession, I have started a crowd-sourced list with writings, suitable for undergraduate teaching, written by female authors. Please feel free to contribute and add to the list. This list has now been incorporated into the American Philosophical Association's list of teaching resources.