Book Chapters….A Selection

In Press “Technological Creep: Cautionary Tales in Outdoor Education” Morton Asfeldt, Bob Henderson , Mike Brown and  Brendan Munge. Routledge Handbook of Mobile Technology, Social Media and the Outdoors. Editors Simon K. Beames and Patrick T. Maher (Routledge 2024)

 “Experientially Teaching Canadian Travel Literature on the Trail and in the Classroom” in Teaching North American Environmental Literature. Revised for Outdoor Learning in Canada. Open Access, edited by Simon Priest, Stephen Ritchie (2023)

Preface in “The Budding and Blooming of Outdoor Education in Diverse Global Concepts” Edited by Mao Tsai Huang and Yi Chien Jade Ho (National Academy for Education Research New Taipei City 2018)

“Sigurd Olson and Paul Shepard: Experiential Education and Ancient Rhythms” in Source Book of Experiential Education: Thinkers and their Contribution. Edited by Thomas E. Smith and Clifford Knapp. (Routledge, 2011). pp. 138-143.

“The Canadian Section” in Northern Forest Canoe Trail Guide: The Mississquoi River. Edited by Beth Kuksi, (The Appalachian Club of America, 2010).

“Understanding Heritage Travel: Story, Place and Technology” in Understanding Educational Expeditions. Edited by Simon Beames, (Netherlands: Sense Publishing, 2010).

“A Walk in the Woods: Teaching Ecopsychology Experientially” Bob Henderson and Deborah Schrader. Teaching Adventure Education Theory: Best Practices. Edited by Bob Stremba and Christian A. Bisson. (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2009). pp 369-374

“Experientially Teaching Canadian Travel Literature on the Trail and in the Classroom” in Teaching North American Environmental Literature. Edited by Laird Christensen, Mark C. Long and Frederick P. Waage. (New York: The Modern Language Association, 2008). pp. 392-402.  

“A Canadian Friluftsliv from a Guide and Student Perspective” in Friluftsliv-Entwicklung, Bedeutung Und Perspektive.  Edited by Gunnar Liedtke and Dieter Lagesrom. (germany: Meyer and Meyer Verlag, Aacher, 2007). Pp. 193-206.

“Playing Seriously with Dr. Seuss: Pedagogical Response to The Lorax.” Bob Henderson, Merle Kennedy and Chuck Chamberlin. Wild Things: Children’s Culture and Ecocriticism. Edited by Sidney Dobrin and Kenneth Kidd. (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2004). pp. 128-148.

“Mishap on the Notakwanon River.” Bob Henderson and Warren Trimble. Up the Creek: True Stories of Canoeists in Trouble. Edited by Doug McKown. (Camden, Maine: Ragged Mountain Press/ McGraw Hill, 2004). pp. 109-113.

“‘Going out as a way in’: Transformative Learning and the University Field Trip.” Liz Newbery and Bob Henderson. Teaching in the Field: Working with Students in the Outdoor Classroom. Edited by Hal Crimmel. (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2003). pp. 152-171.

“Water Travel as the Discovery of Canada” in Paddlequest. Edited by: Alister Thomas. (Erin, Ontario: Boston/Mills/Stoddart, 2000). pp. 273-278.

“The Place of Deep Ecology and Ecopsychology in Adventure Education.” in Adventure Education. Edited by Simon Priest and John Miles. (Venture Press, 1999). pp. 439-444.

“The Canoe as a Way to Another Story” in The Canoe in Canadian Culture, Canexus: Vol II, Edited by John Jennings, Bruce Hodgins, Doreen Small. (Toronto: Natural Heritage, 1999). pp. 183-198.