• Case Studies

    Our work draws on Bill Lucas's creativity model, the PISA 2021 creative thinking framework, and the 4C theory practiced in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and beyond.


    Our Approach

    According to the background, curriculum, educational goals and staff capacity of each school, GIoCT provides highly customized case study support, where we select appropriate theoretical models, approaches and implementation pathways to help schools build up their creative thinking capacity. We encourage schools to leverage on their own strengths as well as resources from local communities and industries. GIoCT provides support in the following areas.

    • Curriculum (re)design
    • Interdisciplinary learning
    • Pedagogies
    • Co-creation
    • Learning plan formations
    • Creative thinking assessment
    • Professional development related to creative thinking

  • Featured Projects

    The GIoCT team, along with its partners, has been engaged in many creative thinking projects that impact education, the local industries, and the community at large. Here we feature both new and well-developed creativity in education projects that brings to life our vision of creative thinking.


    Read on for some examples of successfully executed projects between 2018 and 2022.

    The SAIL Curriculum

    The SAIL Curriculum is a student-led extended curriculum weaved through subjects and interdisciplinary learning in and beyond the classroom aimed to nurture independence, inquisitiveness, creativity, and collaboration among students aged 15-18 years old.

    Math and Embedded Systems

    The Math and Embedded Systems targets students aged 15-17 years old. The school encourages student creativity and innovation through interdisciplinary project-based learning within and outside classrooms, where they are offered plenty opportunities to research design and carry their ideas into real-world competitions.

    Auto Expo Park

    The primary school takes advantage of the booming local automobile industry to create experiential learning though the "Auto Expo Park" program for children aged 7-8 years old, which is part of a broader creative curriculum called Automobile and Life.

    Beginners' Farming Tools

    As part of a wider “Farming Season” curriculum, the D&T course provides 9-10 years old with an immersive environment where farm tools are used as the carrier for learning. Children are expected to learn knowledge in science, history, art and programming, grow hands-on skills and become owners of their learning.

    Rosebud Lane

    The Rosebud Lane is a real-world learning project integrating the resources of the local community aimed to enhance the hands-on abilities and creativity of middle school students aged 12-14 years old, encouraging young people to use their multidisciplinary knowledge to creatively solve problems in society.

    A FQ Course for Children

    Financial literacy education covers economics, finance, mathematics, statistics and even psychology. A Financial Quotient Course for Children is a comprehensive course consisted of various modules developed for students aged 13-14.


    The Aerospace Technology School-level Course (ATSC) is an extended learning program for student aged 12-13 years. Partnering up with local aircraft manufacturers and international organizations in the industry, the school promotes creativity and innovation in education, fosters interdisciplinary learning in secondary school classrooms, and prepares ambitious and creative global citizens.

    Inventors Assembled

    The Inventors Assembled is part of a wider creative curriculum consisted of science and eco-learning for younger children and AI, smart manufacturing, and maker's workshop for older students. With German and engineering capacity support from the University, the school offers a diverse and international learning experience.

    Creativity and Life

    The Creativity & Life is a STEM+ curriculum to nurture curiosity and stimulate creativity among year group 1-9 pupils (6-14 years of age) through project-based and research-based learning courses, such as “design a bird feeder”, “design a water purification system”, and “design a bionic mechanic arm”.

  • Feature a creative project of your school

    We believe that through growing the awareness and capacity of creative thinking, we can transform the way the next generation learn and interact better with the ever-changing world, bringing innovative ideas into traditional classrooms globally whilst improving the quality of education. GIoCT shares its perspective with this world to promote inspiration and leadership in creativity.


    If you’d like your project featured and supported by GIoCT, we’d love to hear from you, click "Get into touch" below to send us an email or visit Contact page to leave a message.

    Have questions?

    Feel free to contact us at info@gioct.org. We will get back to you within 72 hours.