Co-Authorship with Graduate Students

Co-authoring with graduate students is one of Dr. Scales’ favorite types of collaboration. The graduate student is learning by doing and the teacher is stimulated by new ideas and points of view and the student’s energy and enthusiasm.  The following projects represent a sampling of these fruitful collaborations

Hays, N. and Scales, T. L. (2022). “Lessons from Malachi for Doctoral Students.” Christian Higher Education, 21(5), pp. 402-412.

Scales, T.L.  and Ogborn, E.  (submitted) “We are glad God has sent these people to us,” Baptist Women’s Evangelism and Social Work Among Immigrants, 1908-1918.- American Baptist Quarterly

Scales, T.L., Cichocki, C. and Rood, K. (2020).  “‘I Can’t Go in Alone’: A Frontier Girl’s Transformation into a Southern Baptist Missionary.” In E. Flowers and K. Seat, A Marginal Majority: Women, Gender, and a Reimagining of Southern Baptist History Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press.

Scales, T. L., & Clarkson, C. R. (2019). Academy for Teaching and Learning (Vol. Spring). Baylor University. doi: {Article Begins on page 14}

Howell, J.A, and Scales, T. L.  (2018). Pedagogical Practices in Doctoral Education: Lessons from Augustine of Hippo, in Scales, T.L. and Howell, J.A. Stewards of the Academy: Christian Scholars and Teachers Consider a Life of Faithfulness. New York: Palgrave

Scales, T.L. and Tang, A. (2014) Jewell in China: Education of a Missionary Woman for School Administration, 1910-1914. American Educational History Journal, 41(2) pp. 251-267.

Smith, J.C.H. and Scales, T.L. (2013). “Stewardship: A Biblical Model for the Formation of Christian Scholars.” Journal of Education and Christian Belief, Vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 79-97.

Scales, T.L. and Clarkson, C. (2011). Preparing College Graduates for Mission: The Role of the Student Volunteer Movement in the Calling and Formation of a “Baylor Girl,” 1903-1907. Baptist History and Heritage, Vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 43-59.