Supporting experiential learning in dual delivery teaching

Dr Sarah Austin and Associate Professor Sandra McLaren share strategies and tools to support experiential learning in online or dual delivery mode.

The shift to online and now dual delivery teaching poses significant challenges for supporting experiential learning in these delivery modes. In this video, hear from Dr Sarah Austin and  Associate Professor Sandra McLaren discuss practices and strategies they have used to support experiential learning in online or dual delivery mode.

This Zoom webinar is part of the Teaching and Learning Seminars series.


Dr Sarah Austin
Dr Sarah Austin

Lecturer, Course Coordinator BFA Theatre, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
Sarah is an award-winning theatre-maker and researcher with a specific expertise in working with children and young people and has created original performance and collaborated with companies across Australia and internationally. Sarah graduated with Honours with a Bachelor of Creative Arts from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2002, and went on to complete her Masters of Creative Arts at the University of Melbourne in 2005.

A/Prof Sandra McLaren
Associate Professor Sandra McLaren

School of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science
Sandra is a geologist in the School of Earth Sciences with broad interests and research experience in understanding the evolution of the continental crust. She is a teaching and research academic who has been on a teaching specialist secondment for the past two years. She is President of the Australasian Universities Geoscience Educators Network and a strong supporter of evidence-based teaching approaches and of teaching excellence in her School.