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When a student missed a day of school, teachers used to send home books and papers for make-up work. But at Macedonia Middle School in South Carolina, they instead send a small, flexible bracelet with a computer file that contains the day's lesson from the teacher's SMART Board, reports the Myrtle Beach Sun News. Chris Matthews, Macedonia Middle's media specialist, said one end of the SMART Notebook SE bracelet has prongs that hook into a computer's USB port. A teacher or student can download a lesson from her interactive, electronic whiteboard onto the bracelet. Students then can access the lesson
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