The government has vigorously promoted STEM education for a decade to succeed in an evolving global economy. Many schools are teaching kids to be young makers, innovators, and design-thinkers. In the same sense, shouldn’t teachers be innovators too? No single perfect learning and teaching mentality fits the diverse needs of the kids. Teachers in the innovation age should have the character of scientists. Try different new ideas from time to time to make the lesson dynamic, authentic, and effective. Innovation teaching is not just about technology; it can be about the processes and systems within a classroom. Our teachers initiated a study of the future classroom last year. Most people think a room in the future should be filled with VR and AR tools. Contrarily, summarised from the ideas of our students and teachers, it should facilitate a lesson that allows collaborative knowledge construction, allows students to express their ideas, and allows the class to build their collective style. “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by renewing your mind. Then you can test and approve God’s will – his good, pleasing, and perfect will.-Romans 12:2.” As Steve Jobs said: “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” Don’t just follow the herd. Lead the change and stay open to what’s possible.