Laine Scales: Know Thyself as a Teacher
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Today, our guest is Dr. Laine Scales, professor in the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University. Dr. Scales has served in many roles at Baylor, including teaching on the faculty of the School of Education, facilitating Baylor’s Summer Faculty Institute, and for many years as Associate Dean in the Graduate School, focusing on graduate student professional development. In 2016, Dr. Scales was named a Baylor Master Teacher—the University’s highest recognition for teaching excellence. We are delighted to welcome Dr. Scales to the show to discuss authenticity in teaching, relating to your students as “whole people,” and much more.