One of the technological challenges faced by schools currently is creating spaces for sharing and interacting, where all members of the education community can learn about their common educational project and contribute towards it.

This is where the Alexia educational suite comes in, covering all the workflow processes, from programming a school’s educational project (the world of intentions) to evaluating learning (the world of evidence), including planning, teaching, communication, data exploitation, etc.

The teaching staff play a fundamental role in making this project a reality, which is why over recent months Alexia has added a number of different powerful tools, such as the teacher’s notebook, where they can add and configure records about students and their progress. One of the main added values of this notebook is that it can be shared with all other teachers who are involved in the students’ learning.

It is also becoming increasingly important for schools to capitalise on the creative potential of their teaching staff to ensure the success of their educational project. That is why the suite’s learning platform includes editing tools that allow teachers to create their own digital resources with a professional finish, enhance them with other resources and, once again, share them with other teachers so they can be worked on collaboratively.

But within this workflow it is important not to lose sight of the importance of communication with families. If implemented properly, this will increase their participation in their children’s learning process. They will learn about and get a better understanding of the school’s educational project and, consequently, feel included in it. It is for this reason that the suite offers immediate communication, in both directions.

And, of course, this work would all be meaningless without the students, who will have access to their own learning space, with information about their own progress, thus encouraging their autonomy and connection to their own learning.