Inge is a thought-leader in design, and covers some nice approaches to education in this documentary (made by Edward Tufte).
She defines a good lesson as a set of experiences with a goal.
Craft is strongly emphasised, and she layers on different skills, from training your eye to machining your own printing plates. With calligraphy, it’s copy and correct. Use rhythm to build muscle memory, then make it your own.
I like how she associates body parts to learning styles:
Eyes are conservative. They want structure and order
Hands are radical. They want to go faster and be expressive.