The world leader in cloud computing is going back to school. Actually, back to Hilliard City School. Amazon Web Services (AWS), Hilliard’s primary business presence, a global innovator of digital cloud technologies transforming online commerce, has helped build and support 17 enhanced learning spaces in local schools doing.
AWS InCommunities, the company’s outreach program for Hilliard and other communities where AWS has established facilities, partners with Hilliard City Schools to expand the AWS Think Big Space program to inspire students and teachers to be creative We provide an advanced learning environment. Apply cloud computing to solve real-world problems.
These enhanced classrooms also encourage Hilliard students to develop interests in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and the arts outside the classroom and in everyday life. The result is an integrated environment that supports interactive hands-on learning and can be personalized for students of all ages, interests and abilities.
Hilliard City Schools launched the Innovation Campus Program in 2019 with the first Think Big Space classroom in the Innovation Learning Hub on Main Street for students in grades 7-12. Working closely with AWS, we expanded AWS Think Big Spaces to all 16 K-6 schools.
Think Big Space isn’t the only learning opportunity AWS is supporting at Hilliard City Schools. The company has also worked closely with districts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) curricula and events such as Girls Tech Day, AWS Tech Week, Young STEM Initiative, and many professional developments. initiative.
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AWS also provides Hilliard students and teachers with access to members of STEAM experts and AWS employees for a variety of workshops, career conversations, and other special events.
With cloud computing becoming an increasingly important factor in global commerce, entertainment, and communications today, the city of Hilliard has become an essential hub for this essential technology, which is why Amazon Web Services exists in the community. It is a true pride for Hilliard.
Likewise, all of us at Hilliard City Schools are proud to be working with AWS on our mission to make a positive difference around the world, starting here at home.
David Stewart is the Superintendent of Hilliard City Schools.