John K. Hope

Dr John Hope PhD in Education, MA(Hons), DipEd, TTC. Associate Dean (International), Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland, New Zealand. j.hope@auckland.ac.nz John’s background is teaching in New Zealand primary, intermediate and secondary schools. Early in his career John was seconded by the Ministry of Education to develop programmes for gifted students in New Zealand schools and when he became a principal, established the first fully dedicated and permanently staffed gifted education unit in a New Zealand school. He left school teaching after some years as the principal of New Zealand’s largest primary school, a school featuring nationally recognised programmes for gifted students and an international reputation for use of ICT. Later in his career John became a school inspector and curriculum writer, and was seconded to the University of Auckland as Director Primary Teacher Education to establish initial teacher education programmes. Following successful establishment of teacher education programmes, other University of Auckland appointments followed, including Director of the University of Auckland Principals Centre, and Associate Dean (International) positions in two faculties. He currently directs several overseas twinning degree teacher education preparation programmes, coordinates international activity within the Faculty of Education and has university-wide international responsibilities. Teaching and supervision interests include pedagogical applications of ICT in learning, educational leadership and gifted education. Research activities and publications focus on educational leadership and internationalisation.

Publications

International Journal of Adult Education and Technology (IJAET)
Viktor Wang, Judith E. Parker, Geraldine Torrisi-Steele. Est. 2020.
The International Journal of Adult Education and Technology (IJAET) provides a global look at educational technologies for adult learners in higher education with content drawing...
Could Educational Technology Replace Traditional Schools in the Future?
John K. Hope. © 2019. 11 pages.
This chapter begins by quoting Professor Wilcox noting that little had changed in schooling over the past 500 years. This chapter provides examples of how the world has changed...
Could Educational Technology Replace Traditional Schools in the Future?
John K. Hope. © 2018. 10 pages.
This chapter begins by quoting Professor Wilcox noting that little had changed in schooling over the past 500 years. This chapter provides examples of how the world has changed...
New Learning for New Students
John K. Hope. © 2016. 19 pages.
When the post-world war two ‘baby boomer' generation reached school age, education changed. Massive increases in student numbers required changes to teacher education...
K-20 Education and Globalization
John K. Hope. © 2014. 16 pages.
The stance taken in this chapter is that globalization has become pervasive in every country, and K-20 education can no longer be separated from its influence. The challenge for...
K-20 Education and Globalization
John K. Hope. © 2013. 16 pages.
The stance taken in this chapter is that globalization has become pervasive in every country, and K-20 education can no longer be separated from its influence. The challenge for...
The Impact of Technology on School Leadership
John K. Hope. © 2012. 16 pages.
Past, present, and future perspectives on the impact of technology on school leadership are included, viewed through the framework of published school leadership standards. The...
Future Methods of Adult Education
John K. Hope. © 2011. 18 pages.
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a vision of future information and communication technology based methods of adult education informed by recent pedagogical and...
What can we learn from the Past about Future Technological Trends in Adult Education?
John K. Hope. © 2011. 21 pages.
The purpose of this chapter is to examine the past two decades of technology use in adult education with the intention of providing a critical lens with which to view future...
International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology (IJAVET)
Victor Wang, Judith E. Parker, Geraldine Torrisi-Steele. Est. 2010.
The International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology (IJAVET) provides a global look at educational technologies for adult learners in higher education with...
Technological Trends in Adult Education: Past, Present and in the Future
John K. Hope. © 2010. 19 pages.
The purpose of this article is to provide a critical review ofthe past two decades of technology use in adult education.The article begins with a brief summary...
Technological Trends in Adult Education: Past, Present and in the Future
John K. Hope. © 2010. 19 pages.
The purpose of this article is to provide a critical review ofthe past two decades of technology use in adult education.The article begins with a brief summary...
Technological Trends in Adult Education: Past, Present and in the Future
John K. Hope. © 2009. 18 pages.
The purpose of this article is to provide a critical review of the past two decades of technology use in adult education. The article begins with a brief summary of technological...