Roberts, Jay. Beyond Learning By Doing: Theoretical Currents in Experiential Education. NY: Routledge Press. 2011
Roberts, Jay. “The Campus and Community as a Learning Laboratory: Possibilities and Limitations,” in Teaching Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences, Texas A & M Press. 2013
Roberts, Jay. “Beyond Learning By Doing: Experiential Education and Brain-Based Learning,” in The Theory and Practice of Experiential Education, Association for Experiential Education. 2008
Roberts, Jay. “Future Trends in Experiential Education: The Brain Compatible Approach.” Educational Psychology: Annual Editions. Re-print, 2003, 2004.
Juried Journals Articles
Roberts, Jay. “From Experience to Neo-Experientialism: Variations on a Theme.” Journal of Experiential Education, Fall 2008
Roberts, Jay and Kathleeen Knight-Abowitz. “The Fallacies of Flatness: A Review of Thomas Friedman’s The World is Flat.” Journal of the Philosophy of Education, Spring 2008.
Roberts, Jay. “Education, Eco-Progressivism, and the Nature of School Reform. Journal of Educational Studies. Spring 2006.
Roberts, Jay. “Disney, Dewey, and the Death of Experience in Education.” Journal of Education and Culture. Fall 2005.
Roberts, Jay. “Beyond Learning By Doing: The Brain Compatible Approach.” Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 25 (2). Pgs. 281-286.
Juried Conference Papers (Recent from 2007)
“The Forgotten Love Affair: Romanticism and Experiential Education.” Symposium for Experiential Education Research (SEER), Association for Experiential Education International Conference. Jacksonville, FL, November 2011.
“Experiencing Sustainability: Thinking Deeper About Experiential Education in Higher Education.” Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) International Conference. Pittsburgh, PA, October, 2011.
“Lifting the Roots: The Concept of Experience in Environmental Education.” American Educational Research Association (AERA) National Conference. Denver, CO, April 2010.
“A Pedagogy of Place: Sustainability and Sense of Place in Higher Education.” Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) International Conference. Denver, CO, October, 2010.
“It’s About More Than Just The Physical Plant: Why Greening The Curriculum in Higher Education Matters.” American Association for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): Greening of The Campus Conference, Indianapolis, IN, September 2009.
“Do the Mountains Speak for Themselves? Variations of experience in outdoor and experiential education.” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Dayton, OH, October 2007.
2013 “The Live Encounter: The Importance of Experiential Education in Higher Education.” Bonner Foundation National Summer Conference, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana.
2013 “The Role of Experiential Education in the Modern University.” University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.
2012 “Pedagogies of Place: Campus-Community Collaborations.” Selkirk College, B.C., Canada.
2012 “The University of Nowhere: The Education of Place and the Place of Education in Sustainability Studies.” Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin.
2009 “Sustainability and Education: Why the future of our planet depends on what happens in our classrooms.” Public address sponsored by the Youth Initiative Program, Jarna, Sweden.
2007 “Working the Faith: Friends, Higher Education, and the Question of Environmental Sustainability.” Plenary address to the Friends Association of Higher Education annual conference. Richmond, Indiana.
2006 “A Fragile and Incomplete Project: Experiential Education and Democratic Schooling in a Changing World.” Keynote address to the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference of the Association for Experiential Education, Carbondale, Colorado.