Judson, G. (in press). First Steps to New Learning Opportunities: #getoutside with the Walking Curriculum. Transformative Educational Leadership Journal. UBC, Canada.
Judson, G. (in press). Cultivating Ecological Relationships Through Art and Place-Based, Imaginative, Educational Walks. BC Art Teachers’ Association Journal, Special Edition: Art & Ecology, 62(1).
Hadzigeorgiou, Y., & Judson, G. (2017). Toward more effective storytelling for raising environmental awareness in young students. Journal of Advances in Education Research, 2(1), 13.
Judson, G. (2017). Engaging With Place: Playground Practices For Imaginative Educators. Journal of Childhoods And Pedagogies, 1(2). [Link: http://journals.sfu.ca/jcp/index.php/jcp/issue/view/6]
Judson, G. (2015). Imaginative Ecological Education (IEE): Teaching That Interweaves Curricular Topics, Human Emotion, The Body, & Place. Green Teacher, pp. 13-17.
Judson, G. (2015). Supporting ecological understanding through imaginative and in-depth study of a place-based topic or issue. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 20, pp. 139-153.
Judson, G. (2014). The role of mental imagery in imaginative and ecological teaching. Canadian Journal of Education, 37(4), 1–17.
Blenkinsop, S. & Judson, G. (2011). Storying environmental education. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 15(1), 174–189.
Fettes, M. & Judson, G. (2011). Imagination and the cognitive tools of place-making. Journal of Environmental Education, 42(2), 123–135.
Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2009). Values and imagination in teaching: With a special focus on social studies.Educational Philosophy and Theory, 41(2), 126–140.
Judson, G. & Egan, K. (2009). Imagination in a world of assessment. Curriculum and Teaching, 24(2), 13–25.
Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2008). Of whales and wonder. Educational Leadership, 65(6), 20–25.
Judson, G. (2006). Curriculum spaces: Situating educational research, theory and practice. The Journal of Educational Thought, 40(3), 229–245.