Wed, Jul 10|
Home School 12 Exercise Building Block Curriculum Sessions (1)
Scheduled Dates: Tuesday May 21,28 June 4,11,18,25 /2019 6 Week Package – 2 exercises per 3 hr session per week 12 exercise Building Block™ Curriculum - Observations Based on Positive Reinforcement – Graduation Day & Student Certificates – Light Snacks & Refreshments
Time & Location
Jul 10, 2019, 10:00 a.m.
Exceptional Equine, 5478 Rd, 251 Rd, Farmington, BC V0C 1N0, Canada
About the event
Scheduled Dates: Tuesday May 21,28 June 4,11,18,25 /2019
6 Week Package – 2 exercises per 3 hr session per week
12 exercise Building Block™ Curriculum - Observations Based on Positive Reinforcement – Graduation Day & Student Certificates – Light Snacks & Refreshments
Pricing Per Participant: $750.75 including GST
Equine Assisted Learning are learning based exercises that develop life skills. The Building Block Curriculum is designed to achieve specific objectives in each exercise that builds from our base social skills of building relationships to developing active listening skills, negotiation skills, and problem solving skills to being able to find ones value as part of a team. There is no riding in these sessions, all skills are developed on the ground and with a team. The curriculum is client-centered, using horses as barometers, and facilitators as guides to encourage self-examination. The individual evaluation revolves around:
• The holistic nature of the horse
• Objectively driven curriculum
• Combined with Facilitation
• Experiential learning
• Partnering with community, social, and educational resources
Equine Assisted Learning is a powerful, professional and effective approach, to learning and developing life skills. This experiential learning approach is proven to have a positive and lasting impact on individuals of all ages. The objectively driven exercises are each designed and tested to deliver specific outcomes so results are irrefutable.
How? By including horses in specially designed experiential learning exercises, equine-assisted specialists are able to observe non-verbal communication of the horses and be a translator as well as a guide to encourage the learner to attain the outcome of each exercise. This hands-on approach to learning has proven to greatly multiply the participants' retention and understanding of skills learned.