Mann, J.; Gray, T.; Truong, S.; Passy, R.; Ho, S.; Ward, K.; Sahlberg, P.; Bentsen, P.; Curry, C.; & Cowper, R. A. (2022). Getting out of the classroom and into nature: A systematic review of nature-specific outdoor learning on school children’s learning and development. Frontiers in Public Healthhttps://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.877058
Sharma-Brymer, V., Brymer, E. & Gray, T., & Davids, K. (2018) Affordances Guiding Forest School practice: The application of the ecological dynamics approach. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. pp 1-13. org/10.1007/s42322-017-0004-3
Lloyd, A., Gray, T. & Truong, S. (2018). Seeing what they see. Exploring the potential of GoPro cameras in outdoor education with children. Special Issue, International Perspectives in Outdoor Education Research Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership (JOREL), 10(1), 52-66. org/10.18666/JOREL-2018-V10-I1-8192.
Mitten, D., Gray, T., Allen-Craig, S., Loeffler, T.A., & Carpenter, C. (2018). The Invisibility Cloak: Women’s contributions to outdoor and environmental education. The Journal of Environmental Education, 48(2). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00958964.2017.1366890
Gray, T., Mitten, D., Loeffler, T.A., Allen-Craig, S., & Carpenter, C. (2017). Defining Moments: An Examination of the Gender Divide in Women’s Contribution to Outdoor Education. Research in Outdoor Education. 15, 47-71. doi:1353/roe.2017.0003
Breault-Hood, J., Gray, T., Truong, S. & Ullman, J. (2017). Women and Girls in Outdoor Education: Scoping the Research Literature and Exploring Future Prospects for Body Image Enquiry. Research in Outdoor Education. 15, 21-46. doi:10.1353/roe.2017.0002
Pfautsch, S. & Gray, T. (2017). Low factual understanding and high anxiety about climate warming impedes university students to become sustainability stewards: an Australian case study. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education (18)7, pp 1157-1175
Gray, T. (2017). A 30-year retrospective study of the impact of outdoor education upon adolescent participants: Salient lessons from the field. Pathways the Ontario Outdoor Education Journal, Spring, 29 (3) pp. 4-15.
Power, A., Truong, S., Gray, T., Downey, G., Hall, T. & Jones, B. (2017). When Outbound Mobility Programs and Service Learning Align. Asia Pacific Education Review. doi:10.1007/s12564-017-9496-3, 18(3) 401–412
Yager, Z., Gray, T. Curry, C. & McLean, K. (2017). Body dissatisfaction, excessive exercise, and weight change strategies used by first-year undergraduate students: Comparing Health and Physical Education and Other Education students, Journal of Eating Disorders 5-10: DOI 10.1186/s40337-016-0133-z
Gray, T. Allen-Craig, S., & Carpenter, C. (2017). Selective Hearing: The Unrecognised Contribution of Women to the Outdoor Profession. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. Special Issue 20(1). 25-34
Gray T, (2017). Gender asymmetry in outdoor learning environments,Te Whakatika, no 34, pp 18-21.
Burrell A, Gray T, Wright D, Ward K, (2017). The way digitized lectures and film presence coaching impact academic identity: an expert facilitated participatory action research case study,International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, vol 11, no 6, pp 1398-1403,
Truong, S., Gray, T. & Ward, K. (2016). ‘Sowing and growing’ life skills through garden-based learning to re-engage disengaged youth. LEARNing Landscapes Special Issue Linking Education and Community: Present and Future Possibilities 10(1)361-385. http://www.learninglandscapes.ca/images/documents/ll-no19/truong.pdf
Gray, T. (2016). The “F” word: Feminism in outdoor education. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. 19(2) 25-41
Jones, B., Power, A., Gray, T., Downey, G., Hall, T., & Truong, S. (2016). If you build it, they may not come: Why Australian university students do not take part in outbound mobility experiences. Journal of Learning and Teaching Practice, 13(3).http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol13/iss3/9
Hall, T., Gray, T., Downey, G., Sheringham, C., Jones, B., Power, A., & Truong, S. (2016). Jafari and Transformation: A model to enhance short-term overseas study trips. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad XXVII, 33-46.
Gray, T. & Thomson, C. (2016) Transforming environmental awareness through the Arts and place-based ecopedagogies. LEARNing Landscapes, 9(2), 239-260.
Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (2015). Touched by the Earth: A place-based outdoor learning programme incorporating the Arts. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (JAEOL) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14729679.2015.1035293
Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (2014). Are biophilic-designed site offices linked to high performing workers? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) – Special Issue: Health Benefits of Nature 11, 12204-12222; doi:10.3390/ijerph111212204
Lloyd, A. & Gray, T. (2014). Outdoor learning and the importance of environmental sustainability in Australian Primary Schools. Journal of Sustainability Education. http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/place-based-outdoor-learning-and-environmental-sustainability-within-australian-primary-school_2014_10/
Vickery, N, & Gray, T. (2014). The Effects of Professional Experience upon Pre-service Physical and Health Education Teacher’s Resilience, Self-Efficacy and Stress. In W. G . Cotton & D. O’Connor (Eds.) The University of Sydney Papers in Human Movement, Health and Coach Education (pp. 17-46).
O’Flynn, G., Pryor, Z. & Gray, T. (2013). Embodied Subjectivities:Nine young women talking dance. Journal of Dance Education Vol 13, 130-138.
Wright, M. & Gray, T. (2013). The Hidden Turmoil: Females achieving longevity in the outdoor learning profession. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Vol 16 No 2 pp. 12-23.
Gray, T. & Martin, P. (2012) The Role and Place of Outdoor Education in the Australian National Curriculum,. Vol 16 No 1 pp. 39-50.
Brymer, E, Gray, T. and Cotton, W. (2011). Outdoor experiential training as a medium for the development of today’s leaders. Journal of Spirituality, Leadership and Management, Vol 5, No 1. pp. 58-66. ISSN 1447-3771.
Dowdell, K., Gray, T. and Malone, K. (2011). Nature and its Influence on Children’s Outdoor Play. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Vol 15, No 2, pp. 24-35. ISSN 1324-1486
Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2010). Developing an intimate relationship with nature through extreme sports participation. Lesiure/Loisir Vol 34 No 4 pp. 361-374.
Brymer, E, Gray, T., Cotton, W. and Carpenter, C. (2010). Profiling Outdoor Leadership. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership (JOREL) Vol 2 No 1 pp. 93-108.
Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2009). Dancing with nature: Rhythm and harmony in extreme sport participation. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (JAEOL) Vol 9 No 2 pp. 135-149.
Brymer, E., Downey, G. and Gray, T. (2009). Extreme Sports As A Precursor To Environmental Sustainability. Journal of Sport and Tourism Vol 14 No. 2-3. pp. 193-204
Dickson, T., Gray, T., Downey, G., Saunders, J. and Newman, C. (2008). Profiling Australian Snowsport Injuries: A snapshot from the Snowy Mountains. Journal of Sport and Tourism, Vol 13, No. 4. pp. 273-295.
Nicholls, V. and Gray, T. (2007). Sense and Sensibility: Looking at the reality and romance of human/nature relationships. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 11 No 1 pp 19-25.
Dickson, T. and Gray, T. (2006). Facilitating Experiences: A snapshot of what’s happening out there. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 10(2) pp 41-52.
Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2006). Effective leadership: Transformational or transactional? Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 10(2) pp 13-19.
Gray, T. (2003). Blinkered Perceptions Lead To Spurious Viewpoints Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 7 No2, p58.
Brymer, E., Oades, L, and Gray, T. (2002). Developing personal well-being through extreme sports: A phenomenological perspective. Australian Journal of Psychology. 54(supplement), 2
Brymer, E., Oades, L. G. and Gray, T. (2002). Developing personal ‘well being’ through extreme sports. In W. Noble (Eds.), Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined Abstracts of 2002 Psychology Conferences (pp. 2). Australia: Australian Psychological Society.
Neill, J. and Gray, T. ((2001). Australian Journal of Outdoor Education: The First Five Years. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 6 No 1, pp 50-56.
Gray, T. (2001). Ruminating, Reflecting and Redefining: Why was I attracted to Outdoor Education? Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 6 No 1, pp 2-3.
Gray, T. (1998). Future Directions of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 3 No 2: pp 1-2
Gray, T. and Edwards, R. (1998) Burnout – What is it to you? Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 3 No 1, pp 36-46.
Gray, T. and Ryan, D. (1993) Integrating Outdoor Education into the School Curriculum – A Case Study. International Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation: Vol XXIX, No 2, pp: 6 – 13
Gray, T. and Perusco, D. (1993) Footprints in the Sand – Reflecting Upon the Value of Outdoor Education in the School Curriculum. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. National Journal Vol 40 (1) pp 17-21.
Gray, T., Jeffs, D. and Wenzel, W.A. (1991). Involving General Practitioners in Public Health Initiatives. Australian Family Physician, Vol. 20, No. 1. pp. 30-35.