So lately I've had a question on my mind and want to share it with all of you to see the responses I get. I know there have was a presentation or two on the subject during the IWCA-NCPTW conference,but here goes:
What happens to the identity of a tutor when they are no longer a tutor? Many times, tutors have an identity that they have developed while tutoring. What happens when the tutor is no longer a tutor, but just a student? How do they adapt, per say?
I find myself asking this question more since I tutored as an undergraduate, but do not have the time to tutor as a graduate student.
Your responses who be helpful for an article I am writing.
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