Formal Learning comes from my degrees obtained in Higher Education a Masters of Management and a Masters in Agriculture Science, provides knowledge in business and leadership along with agriculture science for successful operations.
Informal learning for the farm comes from networking with industry experts as well as working with the Oldenburg-GOV and Hanoverian Registries; where mares are inspected for breeding approvals and foals are inspected for registration. Every mare and foal on the farm goes every year to an inspection at Tryon International Equestrian Center. These events are open to the public as "teaching events" for students at Isothermal Community College as well as for the community residents.
North Carolina Academic Programs
I am proud to be the person to bring in the following Associate of Applied Science degrees to the local Community College.
Agribusiness Technology - 2015
Equine Business - 2019
Human Services Technology: Animal Assisted Interactions - 2019
Coming soon: I am attending the PATH Intl (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) annual conference this November 2019.
I am registered for the Preconference on Colt starting. This is a new one where I will post a paper on the theory of experience and learning.
Below are articles that I find interesting to use and revisit as I further my growth in education and learning.
To begin, learn where you are in your teaching style by clicking on to this LINK.