Nowadays, different ways of teaching are becoming more and more significant. That means that the emphasis is based on learning as an active process in which a pupil is the one who creates his own knowledge and a teacher attain a role of a tutor or a model. Two of such ways are project based learning and problem-based learning, which fall under constructivist paradigm of teaching and enable a developement of various knowledges, skills and dexterities. Since the year 2013/2014 a department of Special Education and Rehabilitation at Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana, has been working on a project that was based on problem-based learning and project based learning. The participants in the project were professors, teaching assistants and students from different departments. The purpose was to obtain diverse experiences and new knowledge but the main goal was to establish a web page for the professional area of Special education and rehabilitation and other interdisciplinary connections. Results of the final analysis have shown that these two ways of teaching have many positive effects such us gaining varying communicative and organizing skills and competences of planning and implementation of problem-based learning and project based learning. Skills and competences gained throughout the process of problem-based learning and project based learning are very important for future teachers, therefore the inclusion of these in the studying process at university would be very much desired.