Using Learning Style Preferences to Teach More Effective Riding Lessons

March 31, 2015

Using Learning Style Preferences to Teach More Effective Riding Lessons

This bulletin is designed to help volunteer 4-H horse volunteer leaders both in communicating with a rider who is having challenges and in improving all of their group members’ skills by considering something called “learning style differences” when planning and conducting lessons. It includes sample lesson plans for helping riders learn to recognize when a horse is on the correct lead and to post on the correct diagonal at a trot. Both lesson plans incorporate three learning styles – auditory, kinesthetic and visual. (5 pages, 2010)

Using Learning Style Preferences to Teach More Effective Riding Lessons

Tags: 4-h, 4-h horses & ponies, 4-h proud equestrians program, animal science, horses


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4-H Animal Science, 4-H Proud Equestrians Program, 4-H Horses & Ponies, 4-H, Horses

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