NEWS & PRESS ABOUT DAX ZANDER : SEA PATROL
Exciting stuff! The DZ books will have the attention of teachers all across America and beyond, via a Partnership with the Agile Strategy Lab of Purdue University! Thanks to the ASL network of colleges and their connection to middle schools and high schools in those respective regions, STEM-oriented study guides and role playing games will be made available to teachers and kids everywhere, based on the characters and settings in each of the DZ books. These tools will provide teachers with fun and engaging new options to introduce young people to foundational and emerging concepts in multiple fields of science, technology, engineering and math. More info in the press release links, just below!
NCU Podcast #006: Noah Knox Marshall on his Non-dystopian Sci-Fi Book Series and Building a Better World Through Story. Most of us want to not only express ourselves creatively but also make a positive impact on the people around us. We want our work to not only entertain but also make a difference. This is what motivates Noah Knox Marshall, and it’s why his work is so inspiring.
AGILE STRATEGY LAB
Noah Knox Marshall is a screenwriter and YA novelist. We partnered with him to develop a version of Strategic Doing: The Game set in Noah's "Dax Zander" universe. We use it to help teach middle school students the deep skills of collaboration in the context of STEM.
AGILE STRATEGY LAB
Purdue University’s Agile Strategy Lab is partnering with novelist Noah Knox Marshall to create a set of curricular resources to help middle school-age students learn the deep skills of collaboration needed to address complex technical and social challenges.
Marshall and the Lab are collaborating to develop a set of learning resources customized for middle schoolers to spark interest in the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and to give students a framework to work in collaborative teams to design solutions to complex problems.
We are excited to announce our new partnering with novelist Noah Knox Marshall. Together we will be creating a set of curricular resources to help middle school-age students learn the deep skills of collaboration needed to address complex technical and social challenges.