As technology continues to advance over time, students nowadays no longer need to memorize vast amounts of knowledge as in the past, and teachers should not merely transmit standardized knowledge repetitively. The most important thing for learners is to learn how to think independently, make judgments, and innovate. Therefore, curriculum design avoids rote learning and instead focuses on theme-based courses that incorporate case studies. Various course-related materials are collected from everyday life, and the underlying principles are deconstructed to cultivate students’ thinking and creative abilities. During exams, the goal is not to test whether students can memorize all the knowledge verbatim, but rather to assess their understanding of the meaning behind the learned knowledge and how to apply it in everyday life. This approach helps students develop self-learning abilities, critical thinking skills, and problem-solving abilities, ultimately shaping them into competent professionals.