Two other strategies for effective teaching include the ‘Think Aloud’ method and directed readings.
‘Think Aloud’ Method
Have the student explain why they are choosing to use a particular approach as/before they begin, and throughout the intervention. This encourages critical reflection and builds clinical reasoning skills. (Lee & Ryan-Wegner, 1997) 
Encouraging students to seek relevant information in the literature insists that they actively participate in the educational process, and reinforces the habit of life-long learning, a useful skill for any professional.
 Lee, J. E. & Ryan-Wenger, N. (1997). The “Think Aloud” seminar for teaching clinical reasoning: A case study of a child with pharyngitis. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 11, 101-109. doi:10.1016/S0891-5245(97)90061-4