Learning is available and accessible outside the class walls, without decreasing quality. Nowadays the internet is a source of knowledge, information and learning resources almost inexhaustible, the limit of it remaining teacher's creativity in using it. More, in traditional classroom, when open educational resources and other educational materials are used, the lessons become more attractive, flexible and the learning is individualized. The use of these resources can make the difference between guided lessons, with a low level of interactivity and participation from students' side and, opposite, lessons in which students are able to identify their own interests and approaches in learning, are able to establish one (or more) path(s) in achieving the learning goals and to identify and solve different learning situations. For both sides - teachers and students - this approach comes with challenges but also with advantages. The challenges can be overcome, and become lessons learnt; advantages count at final and the experience gathered. This means that we, as teachers, must be creative and teach creatively, to open the learning horizons for our students, to provoke them to be active learners. The aim of this paper is to depict the activities conducted with full time students in using free learning resources, and dynamic approaches to create challenges and contexts for a deeper learning. In the last years, several learning tools were introduced and used during practical activities; each activity has been planned and scheduled accordingly in order to engage the students for the purpose of a meaningful learning, using project based learning as main approach.
creativity, ICT, individualized learning, project based learning, learning by doing.