The WEF has been actively working on a series of training modules for professors and students, included in the application's online help. They've also gone out of their way to steer new editors away from the broken AfC process and maybe other pitfalls, and are planning future work around immediate AI-driven feedback during editing.
We should look at these tactics, evaluate their effectiveness, and consider what we can borrow and adapt to our different environment. Perhaps we could also guide new editors towards the Teahouse? The Wikipedia Adventure?