Primary and secondary science education, with particular interests in chemistry, teacher education and the use of technology in science education.
Fehring, H and RODRIGUES, S (Eds) (2017) Teaching, Coaching and Mentoring Adult Learners: Lessons for professionalism and partnership. Abingdon and New York: Routledge
McDonald, C. and RODRIGUES, S. (2017) Education Provision for Sight Impaired Learners. In H Fehring and S Rodrigues (Eds) Teaching, Coaching and Mentoring Adult Learners: Lessons for professionalism and partnership. Abingdon and New York: Routledge
McDonald C and RODRIGUES S. (2016) Sighted and visually impaired students’ perspectives of illustrations, diagrams and drawings in school science, Wellcome Open Res 2016, 1:8 (doi: 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.9968.1)
RODRIGUES, S (2016) Contemporary Learners need Enlightened Environments: The role of technology in wall-less education. In P Bamber and J Moore (Eds) Teacher Education in Challenging Times: Lessons for Professionalism, Partnership and Practice. New York and London: Routledge
RODRIGUES, S (Ed) (2014) Handbook for Teacher Educators: Transfer, Translate, Transform. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
RODRIGUES, S (2013) Language and Communication in the Science Classroom p99- 111 In M Watts (Ed) A ‘Debates in Subject Teaching’ Series (Series editors: Susan Capel, James Arthur, John Moss and Jon Davison) New York and London: Routledge 241p
Dori, Y, J., RODRIGUES, S., and Schanze, S (2013) How to promote chemistry learning through the use of ICT. In I Elks and A Hofstein (Eds) Teaching Chemistry- A Study book. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers pp213-240 ISBN978-94-6209-138-
RODRIGUES, S (2012) Chemistry simulations. In KCD, Tan and M, Kim (Eds), Issues and challenges in science education research: Moving Forward, Dodrecht Heidelberg New York and London: Springer pp209-224
Digital Access to Science Learning Resources (DASLR) project (Funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust.) The three year project commenced in August 2014 and has two strands. Strand one aims to create an exploration facility based on a prototype exploration engine developed by J Pearce called 'iFish'. Strand two aims to create 3D bitesize video podcasts (vodcasts) reporting on current cutting edge science and science education.