In English maker curriculum, children are encouraged to think in English and to utilize the concept of design thinking to think critically and create interesting topics. These creative proposals are developed through collaboration and discussions of children’s own imaginative ideas. Moreover, English maker curriculum extends features of the art maker curriculum, including the researching spirit and knowledge of experimentation, and integrate them with English to construct children’s learning.
Creating their own projects will bring children vivid memories and wonderful experience, as well as long-lasting skills and confidence which they would acquire during the process. In situations where there are no standard answers, children will stumble upon knowledge and skills that cannot be taught in ordinary classrooms. At the same time, children are encouraged to ask questions and turn these questions into learning objectives for them to study and grow. As a result, children become men and women of action on campus with ability to solve problems on their own, and in the future, they will have a real opportunity to become the people who can change the world.