“Visual thinking techniques are always great, and they work best when students are taught to use them themselves for learning new information.”

On this page you can download our guidebook in 5 different languages: English, Estonian, Danish, Finnish and Lithuanian. 


The guidebook will present you with more detailed information about the Design Thinking and Visual Thinking methods and provide you with ideas and examples on how to bring more visual elements into your lessons. 


The guidebook also includes 12 case studies with different target audiences: basic, secondary and adult education, and teacher training. The case studies also showcase a broad selection of different tools that can be used during the different stages of the process. 


The comments and general observations provide you with insightful reflection on how the choices made during the planning and implementation of the cases actually worked and what needs for improvement there might be – for you to avoid the pitfalls and ensure more successful trials.


At the end of the guidebook you can find templates to start building your own plan to implement Design Thinking methodology in your own teaching. 


The aim is to help you as an educator to implement the process into your own work.

“It’s so good for me to step out of my comfy-zone and just let go.”
"Communicating with the target audience is very important when you really want to try to understand their challenges."
"Quantity over quality: there are no bad ideas."