Learning culture through stories is an effective way for multicultural education, since stories are one of the most powerful and personal ways that we learn about the world. Storytelling, the process of telling stories, is a form of communication and a universal expression of culture. With the development of technology, storytelling emerges out of diverse ways. This study explores the storytelling in virtual worlds for multicultural education, and devises a Technology-Supported storytelling (TSST) strategy by examining and considering the characteristics of virtual worlds which could be incorporated into the storytelling, and then uses this strategy to teach Korean culture to students with different culture background. With this innovative TSST strategy in virtual world, this study expects to provide a guide to practice for teaching multicultural in digital era.
Huang, Jie; Baek, Youngkyun; and Cho, Jungwon. (2012). "Technology-Supported Storytelling (TSST) Strategy in Virtual World for Multicultural Education". Communications in Computer and Information Science, 341101-108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35248-5_15