Non-Refereed Papers

NON-REFEREED JOURNALS OR NATIONAL CONFERENCE PAPERS

Gray, T.  (Dec 2013)   Overcoming Ecophobia Wildlife Australia pp 42-44. https://www.academia.edu/5471946/Overcoming_Ecophobia_December_2013

Birrell, C., Gray, T., Preece, M. & Ely, D. (2013). Ecopedagogies: Ways of Connecting with the Natural World through the Arts.  Linking Art and the Environment: Proceedings of the first EcoArts Australis Conference, 12-13 May 2013, Wollongong, NSW. Edited by David Curtis and Lucia Aguilar. Wollongong: EcoArts Australis Inc.  ISBN: 978-0-9924107-0-4  pp 99-105.

Gray, T., Martin, P. & Boyle, I. (2012). Outdoor Education and the Australian National Curriculum. Professional Educator Vol 11( 4) pp 16-18

Nicholls, V.  and Gray, T. (2008). Bush And Adventure Therapy: Letting nature in. Park Watch, March, No 232 pp 22-23.

Outdoors Council of Australia (OCA) Dickson, T., Gray, T. and Mann, K (2008). Australian Outdoor Adventure Activity Benefits Catalogue http://outdoorcouncil.asn.au/doc/OutdoorActivityBenefitsCatalogueFinal270808.pdf

Philpott, T. and Gray, T. (2007). Research Techniques For Teacher Educators In Outdoor Education. 15tth National Outdoor Education Conference, Ballarat, Sept 21-23, 2007.

Gray T., Birrell, C. and Chapman, J. (2001). Burnout:  A Place Under the Heat Lamp.  12th National Outdoor Education Conference, Bendigo, Victoria.  January.

Gray T. and Birrell, C. (2001). Fairytales and Storytelling in Outdoor Education:  I would like to see that.  12th National Outdoor Education Conference, Bendigo, Victoria.  January.

Gray, T.  (1999).  Do Boys And Girls Obtain The Same Benefits From A 12-Month Outdoor Education Program? The Human Face of Outdoor Education:  The 11th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Murdoch University, Perth, WA.  January 11-15. pp 63-74.

Gray, T.  (1999).  Getting Your Work Published In The Australian Journal Of Outdoor Education (AJOE) Isn’t That Hard!  The Human Face of Outdoor Education:  The 11th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Murdoch University, Perth, WA.  January 11-15. pp 75-78.

Gray, T., Patterson, J. and Linke, R. (1993).   The Development of Quantitative Tools for Evaluating the Impact of Extended Stay Outdoor Education School Programs on Adolescents – A Brief Overview. The Outdoor Educator, March: pp 6-10.

Gray, T., Patterson, J. and Linke, R.  (1992). The Evolution of Instruments to Measure the Effects of Outdoor Education Programs. The Link for Outdoor Professionals  Vol 1, No 2: pp 10-11.

Cotton, W.  and Gray, T. (1997).  Team Cohesion in the Outdoors:  Myth or Reality. in Gray, T. and Hayllar, B.  [Eds]. (1997).  Catalysts for Change:  The 10th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Collaroy Beach, NSW.  January 20-24.  ISBN1 86365 400 3 pp 53-57.

Hearne, D.  and Gray, T.  (1997).  Curriculum Trends in NSW:  Implications for Outdoor Recreation.  in Gray, T. and Hayllar, B.  [Eds]. (1997).  Catalysts for Change:  The 10th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Collaroy Beach, NSW.  January 20-24.  ISBN 1 86365 400 3 pp 84-88.

Okely, T.  and Gray, T. (1997).  The effect of an extended stay outdoor education program on the aerobic fitness of adolescent boys.  in Gray, T. and Hayllar, B.  [Eds]. (1997).  Catalysts for Change:  The 10th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Collaroy Beach, NSW.  January 20-24.  ISBN 1 86365 400 3 pp 206-210.

Radford, S., Patterson, J. and Gray, T.  (1997).  Risk Taking Propensity of Adolescents. in Gray, T. and Hayllar, B.  [Eds]. (1997).  Catalysts for Change:  The 10th National Outdoor Education Conference Proceedings.  Collaroy Beach, NSW.  January 20-24.  ISBN 1 86365 400 3 pp 231-234.

Gray, T. (1995). Navigating outdoor education back into the school curriculum. The Proceedings of the National Outdoor Education Conference, January 16-20, Southport,  Queensland. pp 85-92.

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