Through her experience as a peer tutor and teacher, Ross finds success as a tutor and teacher cannot be entirely defined by the student. Ross shares an impactful tutoring session that ultimately led to inaction on the student's part. In reflecting on this tutoring appointment, she chooses to focus on the good that happened during her interaction with the student instead of the end result. Ross ultimately defines success as growth in process.
Ross, Rachel, "“Whatever Happened With That Student?”: How to Measure Our Success as a Tutor and Teacher" (2017). Writing Center Analysis Papers. Paper 12.