Future ready tutors: Articulating and evidencing tutoring skills for employment outside the university
Many academics began their careers as tutors or teaching assistants, but the number of tutors working today mean that this is not a viable path for all. In this paper we describe a tool developed from a New Zealand funded project exploring “invisible attributes”. We discuss how the tool, originally designed for students, might help tutors to explore and document skills and attributes gained through tutoring which might be applied in the wider workforce.
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