Digital storytelling is defined as the creation of digital narratives using emergent forms of digital media. The use of animated images, video, text, music and audio are powerful mediums used to capture the message of the writer.
The world in which our youth live is vastly different to the world in which they are educated. They live in an environment bombarded by images, video and audio. Yet, many of our (mathematics) classrooms remain comparatively static.
DIGITAL STORYTELLING While the term "digital storytelling" has been used to describe a wide variety of new media practices, what best describes our approach is its emphasis on first-person narrative, meaningful workshop processes, and participatory production methods. Center for Digital Storytelling: Berkeley, California