Elementary Art Teacher
- Early Childhood, Elementary
- Licensed Teacher
- 2 years of teaching experience
- Elementary Art Education
- Teaching Credential/License
- Health Insurance
- Round Trip Airfare Provided
- Housing Allowance
The elementary art teacher is responsible for planning and delivering units of study aligned with the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework. The candidate will teach K to Gr 2 in the first semester and grades 3 - 5 in the second semester. In addition, the candidate will collaborate with teachers to support cross-curricular connections throughout the grade levels.
The candidate will be responsible to promote Art Education throughout the school community through planned events such as Art Shows, competitions, and the like. There will also be a responsibility to be part of school-wide committees to organize events that promote student learning and application of Expected Schoolwide Student Outcomes.
The American School of Ulaanbaatar (ASU) is an international school founded in 2006. We are a private school with internationally recognized accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Our student population is about 85% Mongolian, with the remainder composed of students from more than 20 different countries.
School location: Zaisan Area, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
The year that ASU was founded: 2006
Number of students enrolled that first year: 160
Enrollment for 2022-2023: 750
Managing Director of the school: Ms. Oyunsuren Dugarjav
Elementary School Principal: Ms. Joanne Effa
Secondary School Principal: Mr. Tom Kaualoku
Full-time faculty: 110
Teaching assistants: 13
Sports Team Name: Wolves
To be a community that encourages academic, physical, and creative development, fosters a passion for learning, and inspires intellectual curiosity.
We empower our students to acquire and embrace knowledge, be intellectually reflective, be caring and ethical citizens, and lead a lifetime of meaningful work. ASU prepares students through rigorous, student-driven academic and co-curricular programs to succeed in English-speaking colleges and universities and to contribute to a rapidly changing global society.