PhD - Geography and Environmental Studies (UTas) 2011. B. Teaching (Hons) (UTas) 2000. B. Environmental Design (UTas) 1993.
Membership of professional associations
Higer Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA), Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria, Australian Assosciation for Environmental Education.
Area of study
Ways of Knowing Nature (OED1WKN)
World Views and the Environment (OED1WE)
Leading Groups in Outdoor Environments (OED2OLA)
Outdoor Practical Extensions (OED3OPA-OPF)
Research Methods (OED5RM)
Blenkinsop, S., Jickling, B., Marcus Morse, and Jensen, A (in press) Wild Pedagogies: Six Touchstones for Childhoodnature theory and practice. In Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Karen Malone and Elisabeth Barratt Hacking (Eds.). Springer International Handbooks of Education. Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature Research. Springer.
Blenkinsop, S., Jickling, B., Marcus Morse, and Jensen, A (in press) Wild Pedagogies: Six Initial Touchstones for Early Childhood Environmental Educators. Australian Journal of Environmental Education.
Morse, M., Blenkinsop, S., and Derby, M (in press). Freedom & Flourishing in a Posthumanist Age: More-Than-Human Being in Revolt. Philosophy in Education (PES) Yearbook 2017.
Bester, L., Muller, G., Munge, B., Marcus Morse, Meyers, M. (2017) Those who teach learn: Near-peer teaching as outdoor environmental education curriculum and pedagogy. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. Vol. 20(1), pp 35-46
Blenkinsop, S. and Marcus Morse (2017). Saying Yes to Life: The Search for The Rebel Teacher. In Bob Jickling & Stephen Sterling (Eds.), Post-Sustainability and Environmental Education: Remaking Education for the Future (pp. 49-62). London, Palgrave Macmillan.
Morse, M. (2016). Heading Downstream: Noticing the Wild. Pathways. Vol. 28(4), pp. 26-28.
Blenkinsop, S., Telford, J. and Marcus Morse (2016). A surprising discovery: five pedagogical skills outdoor and experiential educators might offer more mainstream educators in this time of change, Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 16(4), 346-358
Morse, M. (2015). Being alive to the present: Perceiving meaning on a wilderness river journey. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. 15(2), 168-180
Morse, M. (2015). Paying attention to experience within nature. In M. Robertson, R. Lawrence and G. Heath (Eds.), Experiencing the Outdoors: Enhancing strategies for wellbeing (pp. 113-122). Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.
Morse, M. (2014). A quality of interrelating: Describing a form of meaningful experience on a wilderness river journey. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. Vol. 14(1), 42-55.
Dyment, J., Marcus Morse, Shaw, S. and Smith, H. (2014). Curriculum development in outdoor education: Tasmanian teachers' perspectives on the new pre-tertiary Outdoor Leadership course. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. Vol. 14(1), 82-99.
Morse, M. (2013). River experience: A phenomenological description of meaningful experience on a wilderness river journey. Environmental Education Research. 19(2), 250-251.
Morse, M (2011) River Experience: A phenomenological description of meaningful experiences on a wilderness river journey. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.
CityStudio: Creating sustainable futures for regional centres
Near-peer Teaching and Student Retention
Semester in Dialogue - Simon Fraser University, Canada
Educator entrepreneurship in new learning environments