Hugo Ibarra

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Read aloud and comprehension questions for “Sometimes…” written by Hugo Ibarra and John Seidlitz. Illustrated by Katia Lara. "Sometimes..." is available in Spanish as well ("A Veces..."). Both versions can be found on Questions were
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Comprehension questions in Spanish for "A veces...", Spanish version of "Sometimes...". Questions written by Texas educator Martha Pompeyo.
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"Sometimes..." Assessment-Format Questions These are some basic comprehension questions that utilize similar wording and format to that of state assessments. They address comprehension, summary, and basic comprehension skills for children in
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Teaching Experience: 2nd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and Higher Education Administrative Experience: Pre-K-12


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Publications, Awards, and Presentations ▪Ibarra, H. & Seidlitz, J. (2016). “Sometimes…”. Canter Press: San Clemente, CA. ▪Bouck, & Ibarra, H. (2014). Personal Poetics: A Scholar-Practitioner’s Approach to Utilizing Aesthetics as a Language of Possibility in Fostering Societal Change. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, Special Edition ▪Sherman, R., Ibarra, H. (2013). “Being here but not here”. Published by Kappan Magazine. March special issue edition. Phi Delta Kappa International. Arlington, VA. ▪Ibarra, H. (2012). “Facing the giant: Maze of higher education and financial assistance for undocumented students. First prize recipient at the Emergent Scholars Competitions by the Taylor & Francis International Journal of Leadership in Education (IJLE). Published by IJLE in 2013. ▪Ibarra, H., Sherman, R. (2012) Higher education opportunities for undocumented students in the United States: What are the policy implications for educators and legislators? Published by the E-Journal of Education Policy, Northern Arizona University. ▪Bouck, G., Ibarra, H., Ballenger, J. (2010). “Freedom of speech in schools: A basic human right”. Published by Learning for Democracy: An International Journal of Thought and Practice 3(3). ▪Ibarra, H., Sherman, R. (2012). Undocumented students in the United States: What are the policy implications for educators and legislators? A paper presented at the Texas Association of School Administrators on January 31, 2012. ▪Sampson, P., Ballenger, J. Hawkins, B., Ibarra, H., Mastillo, J. & Wilcox, C. (February, 2009). “Student Achievement and School Board Procedures”. Presentation at the Southwest Educational Research Association (SERA) in San Antonio, TX. ▪Bouck, G., Ibarra, H., Ballenger, J. (2010). “Freedom of Speech in Schools: A Basic Human Right”. Presentation at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) in Houston, TX. October, 2009.


Texas A&M University. College Station, TX. (Jan 15- Present) ▪Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction Stephen F. Austin State University. Nacogdoches, TX. (Jun 08 – May 11) ▪Doctorate of Education in Educational Administration, Ed.D. University of Texas at Tyler. Tyler, TX. (Aug 05 – May 08) ▪Masters of Education in Educational Leadership, M.Ed. Universidad Iberoamericana de Puebla. Puebla, MX. (Aug 97 – May 11) ▪Bachelor of Business Administration, B.B.A. Current Certifications: ▪Texas EC-12 Superintendent; Texas EC-12 Principal; Texas EC-4 Bilingual Generalist Teacher


Hugo Ibarra currently serves as an elementary school principal in the Bryan/College Station area in Texas. He has also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Tyler in the Educational Leadership Department. He attended the Universidad Iberoamericana in Puebla, Mexico and received his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in 2001. In 2003, he moved to Tyler, Texas and started his teaching career as a bilingual teacher in second grade prior to becoming an assistant principal at the elementary level.He attended the University of Texas at Tyler, and received his Master of Education Degree in 2007. Hugo Ibarra has also served as an assistant principal at the middle school and high school level. He received his Doctor of Education degree in May of 2011 from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. In the Spring of 2015, Hugo Ibarra started a graduate program at Texas A&M University in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture, where he continues to attend courses. He enjoys reading, getting to know people, and serving the communities where he works. In 2016, Hugo Ibarra published his first children's book "Sometimes..." along wiith John Seidlitz, available on A Spanish version of the book "A veces..." is also available.

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