It's that time of the year when organization (or lack thereof) raises it's ugly head as you meet your new students. Marrying technology with the need to be organized there are some great tools out there that you might want to share with your students (or your Response to Intervention team):
Soshiku is designed for middle and high school students and has a great feature that allows you to receive a text when an assignment is due!! I really like the long range view that the site gives - showing overdue assignments, things due that day as well as the next and a monthly calendar. Time management is a big factor in disorganization and this site could help with planning.
Remember the Milk has been around a while and is one that I use on my iTouch. This application is nice because it allows you to organize your tasks in a way that makes sense to you - list format, tagging, making notes, etc. As someone who travels, I can also use the map feature to make sure that I don't book things too close in time when there is a lot of driving involved.
TrackClass looks interesting as in addition to keeping track of tasks and sending reminders, it allows you to keep notes and assignments (like essays and presentations) together in one place.
If you are more of a "lister" than long-term tracker, Ta-Da Lists might be the site for you! And if you are more of a post-it kind of person, try Square-Leaf!
Of course, at the end of the day - there is always the good old stand-by: the back of a napkin!!
Thanks to Free Technology for Teachers for some new links!!