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(p. 279) Capping the Undergraduate Experience: Making Learning Come Alive Through Fieldwork 

(p. 279) Capping the Undergraduate Experience: Making Learning Come Alive Through Fieldwork
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(p. 279) Capping the Undergraduate Experience: Making Learning Come Alive Through Fieldwork
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Joann H. Grayson

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195378214.003.0017
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date: 14 October 2019

This chapter discusses fieldwork as an undergraduate capstone option, including why fieldwork should be offered, how a capstone field placement can be planned, negotiation with agencies for placements, student selection, expectations for student success, stages of fieldwork, and the importance of teaching best practices to students.

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