How to Teach HorseSense Using Our Teaching Guides

Learning Levels Downloads

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Comprehensive introduction to using the Learning Levels teaching guides for unmounted lessons, with important safety guidelines and suggestions for adapting lessons to suit your unique teaching requirements.

Our teaching guides will help you teach essential equine knowledge and horse care skills — with or without the progressive unmounted HorseSense curriculum — in barn lessons, clinics, or classes.

Once you’ve read this helpful intro, look through the Resource Center to find teaching guides for each Learning Level.

We recommend sharing this file with your teaching assistants so that everyone starts out on the same page!


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8 pages

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