In this paper we present and discuss a designing experience carried out by prospective support teacher. They have been introduced to digital storytelling methodology and they are required to design story-problems in mathematics, devoted to support students with disabilities. Story-problems have been analyzed with respect to the narrative dimension and mathematical correctness. The teachers, who worked in groups, have been able to design and implement striped problems, i.e. stories with a deep integration between the mathematical and narrative aspects. However, most of the groups showed difficulties in creating well-posed problems from a mathematical point of view.
Albano, Giovannina and Iacono, Umberto Dello
"Designing digital storytelling for mathematics special education: an experience in support teacher education,"
The Mathematics Enthusiast: Vol. 16
, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umt.edu/tme/vol16/iss1/13