Developing Youths' Life Skills Through Equine Activities

March 26, 2013

Summary

Using Iowa State University’s Targeting Life Skills Model, we will discuss how we can better structure our activities with youth to help them further develop important life skills. Our goal will be to more intentionally include life skill development into our existing interactions with young people. This webinar will give you ideas and activities that you can put into use!

 

Presenter Information

Taylor Fabus received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Animal Science from Michigan State University. She currently works in the Animal Science Department at M.S.U. instructing introductory horse management classes, coaching the horse judging team, as well as coordinating many of Michigan’s state-level 4-H horse events. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and showing her American Quarter Horse in all-around events.

 

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