Curriculum Philosophy

The 4C curriculum is an educational concept that focuses on cultivating students’ creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and communication skills. This curriculum emphasizes students’ active participation and independent learning and is different from the traditional knowledge transfer model, paying more attention to students’ ability development and application. The following are the core points of the 4C curriculum concept:

1. Creativity

Encourage students to use their imagination and creativity and cultivate innovative thinking and problem-solving abilities. By providing students with opportunities for independent choice and active learning, we encourage them to develop new perspectives and unique solutions.

2. Collaboration

Emphasize the role and value of students in teamwork. Students are encouraged to learn how to work, communicate, and coordinate effectively with others to achieve common goals. This helps develop students’ teamwork skills and leadership potential.

3. Critical Thinking

Cultivate students’ critical thinking and problem-solving abilities. Students are encouraged to question and evaluate information, think about problems from multiple perspectives, and find reasonable solutions. This helps them develop logical thinking, analytical skills and judgment.

4. Communication

Focus on cultivating students’ communication and expression skills. This includes oral and written communication, as well as utilizing different media to convey and express effectively. By training students' presentation skills, they can communicate their ideas clearly, understand others' perspectives and build good interpersonal relationships.