This active learning guide is written as a "toolbox" or "handbook" to learning in the clinical rotation. It presents a series of exercises and journaling experiences within an active and inquiring learning model. Self-directed, collaborative learning built upon reader's diverse strengths, abilities, and experience is the focus of this approach. Through this active learning process users become more independent and gain confidence in their ability to think, ask, and reflect about, as well as plan, analyze, and apply experiences. As an active learning guide, this book has three primary goals: to emphasize the need to integrate theoretical learning with the skills acquired in the clinical setting, to encourage individuals to fully participate in the process, and to provide a practical guide to the triumphs and pitfalls along the way.