Jennifer's thorough research not only aims to provide as much quality information as possible, but also to unearth little-known information about the subject.
For instance, did you know that the golden retriever was bred in Scotland between a yellow retriever and an extinct breed called a water spaniel? Or that the fruit discarded by orangutans not only creates new forests, but a ravenous following of bearded pigs?
Imbuing educational posts with an intriguing story or uncommon knowledge not only sparks interest, but gives the reader a full understanding and appreciation of the subject in a new light.
Jennifer is passionate about animals, and thus they become frequent subjects in her artwork and stories. She is currently working to create children's books to educate children about animals through colorful illustrations and fantastical storytelling.
A major fan of the fantasy genre, she also hopes to introduce children to the centaurs, ogres, werewolves, and magical characters of the realm through her stories. Through the voice of her characters, she hopes to inspire creativity, teach essential life lessons, and morality.
Miami Dade College's art program prepares student's for their entrance into upper-tier classes at a fully-fledged University. In addition to essential English, Writing, and Mathematics, art classes associated with the program include Figure Drawing, Painting I, Drawing I & II, Coloring and Composition, 3D Design, and Art History I & II. The student are required to utilize their sketchbooks for drawing studies and concepts for art projects. Each project created undergoes a class critique to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the final piece.
Florida International University stands in the top 5% of elite business schools and is a part of The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Their business curriculum include classes such as Trade and Business Policy, Marketing Management, Law and the Business Environment, as well as Marketing Strategy. These classes challenged the student's critical thinking and writing skills through a series of essays and projects to demonstrate pertinent knowledge of the subject at hand.
Jennifer has written nearly 100 blog posts about nature-related subjects including animals found on the farm, in the home, and out in the wilds. Other topics included scientists, paleontology, the environment, and different species of dinosaurs. Since the blog posts were written to aid parents and educators to teach children about animals, accurate and detailed references were required for authenticity. Cross-referencing facts, and discovering unknown tidbits of knowledge ensured that a quality educational post was delivered.
Jennifer has written hundreds of product descriptions on a variety of animal and dinosaur figures for children. Each collection had it's own characteristics, specifications, and all served an educational purpose. As such, each figure was introduced with a sentence or two about the animal or dinosaur, which then led into descriptions about the actual product, then the collection. Certain specifications were omitted from the copy if the website already provided that information in a separate text area.
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