Visualise your concept through
a sketch, an illustration, a map or any kind of
diagram to make it tangible and tell the story of its functioning


Concept Visualisation helps to communicate a new concept in a visual way, explaining its context and details through a story. Storytelling helps to create associations between the new content and personal identification. This makes the audience more likely to be engaged with the content.


Describe the key concepts of the revised or new curriculum. Choose some details of the curriculum which are representative for the basic concept.

Think about a story through which the new curriculum can be presented. In your story you should cover the following three principles: 1. Identifying a Problem: for example a problem of the old curriculum that your revised curriculum solves; 2. Identify the root causes of the problem: the conflict surrounding the old curriculum; 3. Solution: how to solve the problem with a new curriculum. Convert words into rough sketches. Visualise the story and its content through simple drawings. Make a more elaborated drawing/illustration, or use a graphic software for a digital visualisation. Present the concept to the audience using the final Concept Visualisation as a support of the verbal presentation