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Mike Baker Meets, 1, Jim Knight
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
"Education Journalist Mike Baker puts forward the concerns of the schools workforce to the key players in the sector. In this programme, Mike questions DCSF Schools Minister, Jim Knight, on subjects including Diplomas and vocational education, changes to A levels, and the achievement gap."
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
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State of the Unions 2007, 2, NUT
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interview by Mike Baker, in State of the Unions 2007, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education), 14 mins
Education journalist and broadcaster Mike Baker talks to Steve Sinnott, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, at the union's annual conference in Harrogate. They discuss the issues affecting teachers in the union and what challenges lie ahead.
interview by Mike Baker, in State of the Unions 2007, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education), 14 mins
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State of the Unions 2007, 3, NASUWT
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interview by Mike Baker, in State of the Unions 2007, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
Education journalist and broadcaster Mike Baker talks to Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, at the union's annual conference in Belfast. They discuss the issues affecting teachers in the union and what challenges lie ahead.
interview by Mike Baker, in State of the Unions 2007, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
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Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 2, Labour
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interview by Mike Baker, in Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 27 mins
Labour Education spokesman Vernon Coaker MP, is quizzed by a panel of school staff on the Labour education policies for the upcoming election. The chair is Mike Baker. At election time, education is always a hot topic, and 2010 is no exception. We've recruited a panel of school staff from Teaching Assistant to...
interview by Mike Baker, in Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 27 mins
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Mike Baker Meets, 2, Nick Gibb
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 15 mins
"Education journalist Mike Baker puts forward the concerns of the schools workforce to the key players in the sector. In this programme, Mike questions Nick Gibb, Conservative Shadow Minister for Schools, about how the Conservatives would handle the big issues in education, and in particular about their vision of...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 2 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 15 mins
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Need To Know, Changes in School Leadership
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 21 mins
"New models and new routes into headship. Mike Baker helps clarify the new landscape of school leadership, including hard and soft federations, and the new NPQH. Finding creative ways of addressing the difficulties faced by a shortage of prospective school leaders has become one driver for new models of headship....
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 21 mins
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Need To Know, Functional Skills
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 21 mins
"Now an integral element of Diplomas, the new KS3 Curriculum and GCSEs from 2010, Functional Skills are the Government's latest attempt to ensure education delivers work and life skills. Mike Baker investigates. Back in 2005, Ruth Kelly, the then Education Secretary, prompted by pressure from business leaders, la...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 21 mins
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Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 1, Conservative
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interview by Mike Baker, in Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 27 mins
Conservative Education spokesman Nick Gibb MP, is quizzed by a panel of school staff on the Conservative education policies for the upcoming election. The chair is Mike Baker. At election time, education is always a hot topic, and 2010 is no exception. We've recruited a panel of school staff from Teaching Assis...
interview by Mike Baker, in Election 2010 Testing the Parties, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 27 mins
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Need To Know, 1, The Primary Curriculum Review
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 33 mins
Mike Baker interviews Sir Jim Rose, who has been conducting the most far-reaching primary curriculum review in over 50 years, to discover what his interim recommendations are. How does Sir Jim explain his conclusion that the curriculum should be organised differently? How will the new 'areas of learning' model w...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Need To Know, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 33 mins
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Mike Baker Meets, 3, Christine Blower
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 16 mins
"Education journalist Mike Baker puts forward the concerns of the schools workforce to the key players in the sector. In her first major interview for Teachers TV, Christine Blower, Acting General Secretary of the NUT, is questioned on her views on pay and conditions, on testing and exams, and on new initiatives...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions; interview by Mike Baker, in Mike Baker Meets, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 16 mins
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