The textbook is a concise introduction to modern growth theory, aimed at advanced undergraduates. I came aboard for this 3rd edition, and Chad Jones (Stanford) is the original author. It covers the basic Solow model, endogenous innovations of both product-variety and quality-ladder types, and then takes on topics in development, the environment, and the take-off to sustained growth. It uses calculus and differential equations, but you can definitely adapt to teach it to students without that background (I do it every year).
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I like to think of the blog as a supplement to the course, and I use a lot of posts as material when I teach from the book. The publisher's site is here, if you want an exam copy or access to the solutions manual. It also includes PDF's of the books figures.
I also maintain a Study Guide site that I use in my own undergraduate class. This covers roughly the same material, and has sub-sections with additional case studies or examples I use in class.
Links to several other teaching resources:
Basic slides I use for class
Some maps in raw form (png, jpg, etc) I use to talk about geography and growth
All the figures from the book in JPG and PNG format
All the figures from the book in PPT format