Module 1 - Introduction to ethology

89,00

Learn without the hassle with the Horse MOOC! Whatever your initial level of knowledge, you will follow the progression, without difficulty. For 3 months, you can enjoy wherever you want, at your own pace: 13 videos, or 2h40 exposed ...Learn more

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Learn without the hassle with the Horse MOOC!

Whatever either your initial level of knowledge, you will follow the progression, without difficulty.

For 3 months, you can enjoy wherever you want, at your own pace:

  • 13 videos, 2 hours 40 minutes
    lectures, horse observation comments, testimonies…
  • 36 teaching aids
    presentations used during lessons, written transcripts of speeches, links and digital supports to go further
  • 28 varied and fun quiz questions

Or a personal investment estimated at 9 hours.

The key is your training follow-up certificate.

You will find in this module the entire theoretical program of ethological knowledge of the French Equestrian Federation. Everything you always wanted to know about scientific ethology: What is its origin? What does this discipline teach us about horses? How does it differ from ethological riding?

This program presents knowledge that is consensus in the scientific community, as of the state of knowledge in May 2018.

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During your progression, you reach the following educational objectives:

Theme 1: Introduction to ethology

Know how :

  • Differentiate ethology and ethological riding
  • Differentiate observation and interpretation

Theme 2: The natural horse

Knowledge :

  • Know the methodological principles behind the construction of a time budget
  • Knowing that the horse has access to information other than humans
  • Understand the factors of group cohesion and the usefulness of the dominance hierarchy

Expertise :

  • Use the words appropriately: wild, domesticated, feral, tame, extensive farming
  • Recognize the social structures of a herd of horses “naturally” and the dynamics of the formation of a family group
  • Distinguish between situations where the horse communicates intentionally and others where its posture can provide information on its state

Theme 3: The horse interacting with humans

Knowledge :

  • Distinguish awareness, habituation and desensitization
  • Know the experiments allowing to characterize the temperament of a horse
  • Identify the main differences between the lifestyle of horses in the wild and in domestic conditions
  • Cite reference authors and know their area of ​​expertise.

Speakers

Aude Cassarieu

Research teacher in science teaching

Claire Neveux

Master of Applied Ethology - Ethonova

Helene roche

ethologist

Alice Ruet

PhD student in equine ethology at the National Institute of Agronomic Research

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3 months per module

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