SMART Board 6000 series interactive displays with iQ let teachers present a lesson, show a video, surf the internet, and more, all with a touch of a finger. Lesson transitions are seamless. Ways to engage students are endless.
Turn on the display
Press the Standby button on the front control panel.
If the Wake to Touch option is enabled, the display turns on when you touch the screen.
2. Input Select
6. Move Up (menu)*
7. Move Down (menu)*
Show the connected computer's desktop
After connecting a computer, press the Input Select button on the front control panel until HDMI1, HDMI2 or DisplayPort is selected.
NOTE: Be sure to enable touch control of your computer by connecting a USB cable between the USB port in the display’s side connection panel and a USB connector on your computer.
Use the iQ features
The display includes iQ features that you can use without connecting a computer. To access these features, tap the Home button at the bottom of the screen.
Press the Input Select button on the front control panel until OPS is selected.
NOTE: The option you select to use the board’s iQ features varies with the model. Select iQ or the option that includes OPS (OPS, OPS display port, or OPS HDMI).
You can then use all the iQ features described in the rest of this guide.
You can also write over the Screen Share app.
On the Home screen, tap Screen Share. Make sure your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the display. On your Apple device, swipe up to show the Control Center, tap Screen Mirroring, and select the display.
On the Home screen, tap Screen Share. Make sure your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the display. With a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the pointer up, and click Devices. Click Project > Add a wireless display and select the display.
Windows 10 computers
On the Home screen, tap Screen Share. Make sure your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the display. On the computer, click in the lower right of the screen, select Connect, and select the display.
On the Home screen, tap Screen Share. Make sure your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the display. Open the Chrome browser, click, click Cast, and select the display.
Android devices (using the Google Home app)
On the Home screen, tap Screen Share. Make sure your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the display. Open the Google Home app, tap the navigation drawer, tap Cast Screen /audio > Cast Screen / audio, and select the display.
New Whiteboard (in Player app)
Digital dry erase board
Teacher creates a digital portfolio for each student.
Students create and manage response boards to collect ideas, quotes, questions, and more.
Students collaborate, share, and interact with each other in a shared expandable space.
Students create meaning and share learning.
Students create Mind Mapping concepts visually while referring to saved notes.
Students create a concept storyboard in real time that they can share live on social media or in a LMS.
Students interact with and respond to presentations with their own device.
Students research ideas and information on topics.
Teacher bookmarks and captures information to refer to and share via USB drive or Player app and hellosmart.com
Students write collaboratively and collate using class-wide symbols for making connections
Teacher poses questions using images and gather ideas and connection from class
Students and teacher can annotate live content (such as video, a 360° virtual tour, Google Earth, assessments, and so on).
Students identify central themes, make personal connections, and take part in multidisciplinary thinking, sharing, and asking questions for feedback to web.
Teacher shares a SMART Notebook lesson to the display for teacher use.
Students open and participate in a SMART activity at the display
On the display, teacher adds a blank page, uses different colors to differentiate subject matter content or discussion, group ideas, and organize information.
Students complete activities at their own pace: differentiated, individualized, small and whole group.
Teacher adds an instant Shout It Out! for real-time checks for understanding.
The lesson is paused on devices and students collaborate, refer to earlier work, gather new ideas for next steps, feedback, personal connections, back channel, course correction, proof of concept, and so on.
Teacher shares a computer screen to present teacher-directed content (such as a video, slideshow, or PDF).
Students share videos, images, or work that relates to the subject matter.
Students share student-created material to present and share ideas, connections, and final products
Students share student-directed products using various media and tools to present their ideas or even share to other classrooms.
Students create meaning and share the learning with others.