Susan Loban, Head of Lower School
Susan Loban has been a member of the ISA community since 2002, where she began as a grade 5 teacher and Grade-level Coordinator before being appointed as the ISA Lower School Curriculum Coordinator. Since 2010, she has served as the Assistant Head of Lower School, where she has been responsible for the evaluation of teaching and support staff, overseeing all lower school supervision and management of all aspects of the re-accreditation process at ISA for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), The Council of International Schools (CIS) and the International Baccalaureate (IB). In addition to her administrative role, Susan manages the global events, seminars and conferences for the ISA Centre for Development, Learning & Technology.
Susan has prior experience working in schools in Canada, the UK and Romania, where she worked as a classroom teacher in grades one through ten, as a district-level curriculum consultant for middle schools, demonstration classroom instructor and an IBPYP coordinator. She is a PYP Workshop and Online Course facilitator, a PYP school authorization and accreditation team member for the IB and has served on curriculum writing teams for the IBPYP, including the Learner Profile and Assessment in the PYP.
Susan holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary with a double major in French as a Second Language and Social Studies. She completed her coursework for her Masters of Education in Curriculum Studies from the University of Toronto and is currently finalising her Masters of Educational Leadership in International Schools from the College of New Jersey Global Programs.