Having trouble getting your SMART Board to mirror your laptop/computer screen? Doing this will allow you to remotely control what is displayed on the board and allows a teacher to control the flow of a lesson while students interact with the board for specific activities. It’s easy!
Windows computer: Go to the start menu and select “control panel.” From there click the tab that says “screen resolution” and check the box that either says “multiple displays” or “mirror display”. Hit apply!
Mac: Find your system preferences by clicking on the Apple icon at the top left of your screen. Select “displays” then, “arrangement” and check the box for “mirror displays”.