Book Chapters

Judson, G. (in press). Foreword. In B. Zuk & A. F. Ahmed. Imagining: An Arctic Recreation. San Francisco, CA: Blurb Publishing.

Judson, G. & Mladenovic, I. (in press). Using Cognitive Tools in Imaginative Assessment for Learning in Higher Education: Engaging Learners in Times of Calm and Crisis. In I. Fayed & J. Cummings (Eds.). Teaching in the Post COVID-19 Era: World Education Dilemmas, Teaching Innovations and Solutions in the Age of Crisis. Springer.

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.

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