iCPALMS App: Calendar
The iCPALMS Calendar app rivals any calendar in functionality but what differentiate it is that it integrates with the other iCPALMS apps. The curriculum map that you create in the planner and CMAP is automatically synchronized with the calendar. You are able to see events in different colors to distinguish one class from another. Once the CMAP is connected to the calendar, any change you make in the CMAP is reflected in your calendar. Find out what topic, benchmark or standard, resources, and other notes that you have planned for a particular session right from your calendar. In addition, your calendar can provide you with additional ideas and recommendations for your session by showing you resources that have been published after you created the CMAP. You can add multiple calendars in iCPALMS or display the same one in multiple tabs. The calendar app also integrates with the Lesson Study Support System app or any other future app that includes a schedule of some sort.
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Key App Features
Integrates with other apps such as the planner/CMAP and the Lessons Study Support System
Recommends instructional resources related to the particular class session within your calendar
Allows creating one event at a time or recurring events
Supports color coding for the different classes you teach
You can create one or multiple calendars in your iCPALMS account
You can have the same calendar showing on multiple tabs
Requirements & Tutorials
Free iCPALMS account - click on the sign up button on top to create one
Add the calendar need using the "add an app" button within your iCPALMS account
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Current and Future Versions
Current Version: 1.0 Beta
We are always seeking input from the app users to help us design the next version of it
Please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org with any enhancements or ideas you like us to consider including in future releases
The following are some screenshots from this iCPALMS web app.