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3 Good Calendar Tools for Teachers

Do you need a reliable and neat calendar where you can organize your upcoming tasks and keep track of all your important events in one place ? The tools below are probably what you are looking for.

 There are in fact a wide variety of online task management tools  and most of them are free but only few are really worth the try. I have been experimenting with some of these tools and have found that the ones below perform better.

1- Assign A Day

Assign-A-Day is a free tool designed to enhance teacher and student communication through an online teacher-managed calendar. Teachers create a calendar for each of their classes and add assignments for the students to view. Students view their teachers' calendars in order to see assignments for classes they might have missed, or to get an overview of the class.

2- Google Calendar

Google Calendar sets the standard for drag-and-drop editing inside of its uncluttered interface. Armed with more than just good looks, rights-assignable group calendaring and integration with GMail's e-mail and contacts databases make it a good choice for the workplace.

3- Short Calendar

This is one the simplest calendar tools out there on the net. Short Calendar lets you organize your tasks into a neat format that you can share with others via email.

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