The Radio Society of Great Britain actively supports the concept of regular short technical courses in "radio" being run for school science teachers.
A UK educational charity, STELAR, Science and Technology through Educational Links with Amateur Radio, (http://www.stelar.org.uk) has the aim:
The need in New Zealand is seen to be a source of teaching and guidance material presenting and describing fundamental experiments in radio wave generation, propagation and reception. Theory, practice and applications are required.
The Internet web and CD-ROM technology today makes the copying and distribution of teaching material very easy.
NZART has a website from where information and booklets can be freely downloaded:
A CD-ROM presenting theory and experiments in fundamental radio wave working has been developed and compiled by NZART as a practical contribution to science and radio training in schools. It is labelled as a "draft" so that "polishing" of the content can continue as feedback is reported and new developments are suggested. The structure and the software used are simple so that the contents can be used as a resource and easily modified as required for local use. It is available in small quantities from NZART Headquarters: email@example.com