Judson, G. (in press). Foreword. In B. Zuk & A. F. Ahmed. Imagining: An Arctic Recreation. San Francisco, CA: Blurb Publishing.
Judson, G. (2019). No Emotional Engagement? No Learning. In S. McBride (Ed.) What they didn’t teach me in my PGCE (pp. 53-56). Burlington, Ontario: Word & Deed Publishing.
Judson, G. (2019). Weaving ecologies for learning: Engaging imagination in Place-based education. R. Barnett & N. Jackson (Eds.) Learning Ecologies: Sightings, Possibilities, and Emerging Practices.
Judson, G. (2019). Imagination. In B. Bolden, T. Christou, C. DeLuca, M. Ingersoll, H. Ogden, & J. Wearing (Eds.). Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the Fundamentals (pp. 112-117). New York: Routledge.
Judson, G. (2018). The role of imagination in learning and in the development of ecological understanding (Translated in Italian), in TBD (Eds.). Educazione Terra Natura, Volume: Education Earth Nature. I body, I narrate, I emotion. ZEROSEIUP publishing: Bergamo, Italy.
Judson, G. (2018). Imagination matters. In D. Griffiths, & S. Lowrey (Eds.) The Leader reader: Narratives of experience (pp. 53-56) Burlington, Ontario: Word & Deed Publishing.
Judson, G. (2017). Prologue. In P. Cosin (Ed). Educación imaginativa: Comprendiendo el aprendizaje desde las emociones. (English title: Imaginative Education: Understanding learning through the emotions) Madrid: Editorial Morata.
Judson, G. (2017). Re-imagining relevance in education. In J. Cummings & M. Blatherwick (Eds.) Creative dimensions of teaching and learning in the 21st century (pp. 47-58). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Judson, G. (2016). Great educational thinkers of the 21st century: Kieran Egan. In J. Palmer Cooper & D. Cooper (Eds.). An encyclopaedia of educational thinkers. Routledge: UK.
Judson, G. & Egan, K. (2017). The imagination as the great workhorse of learning. In Araújo, A. F. The works of imagination: Perspectives and modelizations. (João Pessoa, Brazil: Federal University of Paraíba.
Judson, G. (2015). Re-Imagining sustainability education: Emotional and imaginative engagement in learning. In F. Kagawa & D. Selby (Eds.) Sustainability frontiers: Critical and transformative voices from the borderlands of sustainability education (pp. 205-220). Farmington Hills, MI: Barbara Budrich Publishers.
Chodakowski, A., Egan, K., Judson, G., & Stewart, K. (2010). Some neglected components of teacher education programs. In Craig, C. (Ed.), Cultivating curious and creative minds! Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Judson, G. (2010). Imaginative Ecological Education. In T. Nielson, R. Fitzgerald, & M. Fettes (Eds.), Imagination in educational theory and practice: A many-sided vision (pp. 272-292). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2009). Of whales and wonder. In Engaging the whole child. (ebook) Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Judson, G. (2008). Reflecting on practice: Imaginative education in the second language classroom. In G. Judson (Ed.), Teaching 360: Effective learning through the imagination (pp. 115-122). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Zandvliet, D., Caulkins, M., Judson, G., & Mulder ten Kate, Q. (2007). Exploring the meaning of sustainability. In D. Zandvliet & D. Fischer (Eds.), Sustainable communities, sustainable environments: The contribution of science mathematics and technology education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.