Conference Proceedings

  • REFEREED INTER/NATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (in press). Touched by the Earth: The impact of a multi-sensory immersion program on Year 7-8 students. Future Faces: Outdoor education research innovations and visions.  The Sixth International Outdoor Education Research Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand 26-29 Nov.

Downey, G. & Gray, T. (2012). Blogging with the Facebook Generation: Studying abroad with Gen Y. Joint Australian Association for Research in Education and Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association Conference Sydney. (ORS ID 228484)

Taylor, N., Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (2012). Introducing Generation Y to the Wilderness. Joint Australian Association for Research in Education and Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association Conference Sydney (ORS ID 228428)

Gray, T. & Stuart, K. (2009). The Power of Storytelling in Adventure Education. Proceedings of the Fifth International Adventure Therapy Conference Edinburgh. Czech Republic: European Science and Art Publishing. Pp. 221-235.

Nicholls, V. & Gray, T. (2008). Sense and sensibility: reality and romanticism in human/nature relationships. In Mitten, D. & Itin, C. M. (eds.). Connecting with the Essence of Adventure Therapy. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.

Nicholls, V., Gray, T. and Hoban, G. (2008). Busy Doing Nothing: Researching the phenomenon of quiet time in outdoor experiential learning. The Identity of Experience: Challenges for experiential learning .11th International Conference on Experiential Learning (ICEL) UTS. Sydney, 8-12 December, 2008. ISBN: [978-0-646-50997-6]

Philpott, T. and Gray, T.  (Ed.). (2008). Capturing the complex nature of learning to teach in the outdoors. AARE: ACER and AEI. Freemantle, Nov 25-29, 2007.

Burrell, A, Gray, T. and Gray, B. (2007). Less is More: Ongoing Perspectives from Young, Fast and dead. Australian and New Zealand Marketing and Communications (ANZMAC) Conference Proceedings. Dunedin, New Zealand, 3-5 December, 2007.

Burrell, A. and Gray, T. (2006). Young, Fast and Dead: Ongoing Perspectives from the Early Driving Group. 20th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference Proceedings “Management: Pragmatism, Philosophy, Priorities”. Yeppon, Central Queensland University, 6-9 December, 2006.

Burrell, A. and Gray, T.  (2006). Young, Fast And Dead: Marketing Communication Solutions To Change P-Plate Driver Behaviour. Australian and New Zealand Marketing and Communications (ANZMAC) Conference Proceedings. QUT, Brisbane, 4-6 December, 2006.

Nicholls, V. and Gray, T.  (2006). Sense and Sensibility: Looking at the reality and romance of human/nature relationships. Fourth International Adventure Therapy Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand.  April 20-24.

Gray, T.  (2003). Burnt or Baked?:  Implications for Ethical and Quality Practice in Adventure Therapy. Third International Adventure Therapy Conference, Vancouver Island, Canada.  April 20-24.

Gray, T. and Brymer, E. (2003). Enhancing Personal Well-Being Through Extreme Sports:  Views from the edge. Third International Adventure Therapy Conference, Vancouver Island, Canada.  April 20-24.

Meyer, A. and Gray T. (2002). Research as an Experiential Activity.  30th International Association of Experiential Education Conference, St Paul, USA.  7-10 November.

Brymer, E., Oades, L. and Gray T.  (2002). Developing Personal “Well-being” through extreme sports:  A phenomenological perspective.  10th Australasian Conference on Personal Construct Psychology.  Sydney, 17-20 July, 2002.

Gray T., Birrell, C. and Chapman, J. (2000). Burnout:  Nourishing the soul.  Second International Adventure Therapy Conference, Augsburg, Germany.  March.

Gray, T. (1997).  Examining the Fruits of the Outdoor Education Tree from a Gender Perspective. The Proceedings of the 25th International Conference, of the Association for Experiential Education Conference,  November 23-26, Asheville, North Carolina, USA. pp 113-130.

Gray, T. and Patterson, J. (1995).  Differential gender outcomes for adolescent participants following an extended sojourn to the Australian bush. The Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference, of the Association for Experiential Education   November 9-12, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, USA. pp 106-109.

Gray, T. and Patterson, J. (1994).   Effective research into experiential education: A critical resource in its own right – Part 1. The Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference, of the Association for Experiential Education Conference, November 3-6, Austin, Texas, USA. pp 138-145.

Gray, T. and Patterson, J. (1993).  Educating Educators in HIV/AIDS – The Instructional Paradox 19th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation National /International Biennial Conference, July 4-10.  pp 162-171.

Gray, T. and Webb, P. (1993). Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions of Their Ability to Teach Dance.   19th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation National /International Biennial Conference, July 4-10. pp 132-146.

Gray, T. and Webb, P. (1993). Teachers’ Perceptions of Asthma Management Practices in Primary Schools. 19th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation National /International Biennial Conference, July 4-10.  pp 172-183.

Gray, T., Moore, D., Webb, P. and Jessup, S. (1993). Analysis and Evaluation of Primary Education Courses in Tertiary Institutions. 19th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation National /International Biennial Conference, July 4-10.  pp 188-196.

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