Being a researcher my training in how to teach was (is) near zero. Lucky me I have interacted with wonderful peers that are a great source of inspiration and information, and I am part of several active learning communities. I have decided to put everything together here to make it easier for you (and me) to walk this path.
Changing people's traveling behaviours (TravelSmart) and Reducing Alcohol harm (HAMS) have some cartoons that helped me understanding the concept. I add them in case there are more visual learners out there.
Trying to forget that the World Bank is behind this analysis of the Theories of Behavior Change, I have to admit that this brief report on Communication for Governance and the references therein were useful to me.
The Gender Wage Gap by Occupation published some time ago by the Institute for Womens' Policy Research. In summary, no matter what, in the most common occupations for women, the most common occupations for men, the occupations with the highest earnings, the occupations with the lowest earnings: men earn more than women except in the "Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food" category. But bias only exists in your imagination...
Research-Based Science Instruction for Early-Stage Undergraduates and High School Students by HHMI Professor Utpal Banerjee at UCLA, the same professor who published a high impact factor paper on Drosphila eye development with 138 undergrads.