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Horse Breeds of the World: Western Europe
In this one-time class, students will learn about horse breeds originating from Western Europe
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In this class we will do some literal "globe-trotting" and learn all about the different horse breeds from Western Europe! We will look at each individual breed's physical traits, their history, where they are from, what their uses are, and any other fun things we discover along the way! Some breeds we will talk about include: the Lusitano, the Percheron, the Hanoverian, and the Lipizzaner. This class meets once, which includes visual presentations and interactive discussion. My goal is to...
Students will learn about the diverse range of horse breeds in Northern Europe. This class is from my 8-week series "Horse Breeds of the World". I wanted to provide a way for students to participate in this series without having to commit to a full 8-week course.
I have been in the horse industry for over a decade and have professional, academical, and recreational experience in the field. I also studied equine science in college.
A notepad for note taking is recommended, but not a requirement.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I have a few general rules that I like to abide by so our classes run smoothly: 1. Avoid interrupting the teacher/other students. I know internet lag can cause overlap, so try to make sure the other person is done talking first to help mitigate this. Raising your hand if you have a question or comment also helps keep things orderly and gives everyone a chance to talk. 2. Participate in class in a quiet room, if possible. If there is background noise, please mute yourself unless you are speaking. 3. Per Outschool policy, parents must stay off camera and not interact with the class (this includes posing as the child in the chat and messaging functions, telling the child what to say or do, challenging/asking/interacting with the teacher). Of course, if your student is having technical difficulties you can help them. I am more than happy to interact with parents outside of class time via Outschool’s private messaging system. 4. Do not distract the class by abusing drawing tools in Zoom. 5. Use the chat box for things relevant to class. I check it every time that it is used and if it is for goofing off it takes away time from other students who are paying attention. 6. Per Outschool policy, all students must turn on their cameras so I can confirm their identity for safety reasons. Once I have confirmed this, I have no problem with them preferring to keep the camera off. 7. If you are having internet connectivity issues, please let me know. 8. If the student will be absent for a class, please let me know ahead of time if possible so I can adjust the class accordingly. 9. Students that are misbehaving get two warnings, then the third offense will result in the child being put in the Zoom waiting room until the class has concluded. No refunds will be given if this has occurred. For any inquiries/comments regarding classes, please message me privately so I can do my best to address your needs. Thanks!
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
55 total reviews
112 completed classes
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