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Drawing on her experience as a social worker, an instructor, and a field director, Larkin offers a practical guide designed to help students apply their generalist training as they navigate their field experience. Within each chapter, students will find resources that both deepen their understanding of field education and illuminate the gaps that can exist between what they learn in the classroom and what they experience in the field. Topical content helps students conceptualize information in the context of field education, while guided reflection questions and integrative activities help students integrate that content area within their practice experiences. "Helping Hands" icons, suggested field tasks, and Competency Notes in each chapter support students' ability to demonstrate their understanding of the core competencies and practice behaviors outlined by the CSWE EPAS as necessary for effective professional practice.