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Nikki Hurst

Senior Lecturer
School of Community Studies
Location: Building 111, Room 2015

Publications

Tamayo Mortera, O., & Hurst, N A. (2019). Diversional and Recreational Therapy in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Snap-Shot. Therapeutic Recreation Journal (Vol. 53(3)).

Hurst, N. A. (2018). Aotearoa Youth Workers: What influences our 'professional identity'. Involve, Wellington.

Hurst, N. A., & Hicks, K. (2018). Whakapiri-Whakamarama-Whakamana: A reflective framework for connection, participation and change. Involve, Wellington.

Patston, L. M., & Hurst, N. A. (2018). Standing to learn and teach: An investigation of standing versus sitting on cognitive performance. Simon Nash & Lucy Patston, Spaces and Pedagogies: New Zealand Learning and Teaching Conference Proceedings (Vol. 1).

Lorimer, N. G., Hurst, N. A., Rowe, C. J., & Patston, L. L.M. (2017). Creating Connections Between Theory and Practice for Diverse Learners. Toiohomai, National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4113

Patston, L. M., & Hurst, N. A. (2017). Standing to learn and teach: An investigation of standing versus sitting on cognitive performance. New Zealand National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hurst, N. A. (2017). Whakapiri - Whakamarama - Whakamana: A reflective framework for connection, participation and change. Journal of Applied Youth Studies (Vol. 2(2)).

Hurst, N.A., & Riley, T.L. (2014). Fruits of the fig-tree: A counsellor's role in assisting gifted and talented adolescents to address their multipotentiality. New Zealand Journal of Counselling (Vol. 34(1)).

Hurst, N. A., & Riley, T. (2014). Fruits of the fig-tree: A counsellor's role in assisting gifted and talented adolescents to address their multipotentiality. New Zealand Journal of Counselling (Vol. 34(1)).

Hurst, N. A. (2013). Fruits of the fig-tree: A counsellor's role in assisting gifted and talented adolescents to address their multipotentiality. Massey University, New Zealand.