These activities took place in the second semester of the school year 2020-2021, at “Voievodul Mircea” High School, Targoviste, Romania. In this high school a group of three teachers was formed to work together to implement a structured scenario – Rewilding. The presented results were obtained from an interview with Mrs. Oncioiu Diana Elena. A total of 35 students aged 14-16 years participated in the activities. Although the activities took place during the pandemic, due to the specificity of the school, which finished the school year later, there was the possibility to carry out face-to-face activities.
CARE: Open educational resources are a necessary part of the educational process, further contributing to learner-centered learning, access to, promotion and use of online content.
KNOW: CONNECT resources provided opportunities for a cross-curricular and inter-disciplinary approach, students consolidated and applied their knowledge of ecology, biology, ICT, in a wider context by producing information materials: leaflets, posters, posters, posters, calendars, etc.
DO: Pupils have established and applied their knowledge of trophic relationships; developing digital skills, technology, presenting information using different methods of communication.
Open Schooling findings: Useful and accessible information for students increased their confidence that they could handle tasks effectively and overcome difficulties. The scientific actions contributed to a responsible attitude on the part of students, the formation of research and investigation skills in the field of Science.
Students’ results: Students worked in teams and produced several products (leaflets, posters, posters, banners, calendars), which they presented during an activity in which three experts from Valahia University in Targoviste participated.