I assume that of all the archetypes, INTPs probably value learning more than implementing, therefore...
INTPs, by nature, will improvise, or develop ways or methodologies in which learning for them can be effective.
This made me think that INTPs can be forerunners of advanced teaching methods, it's just that, maybe, most INTPs don't want to be teachers PER SE because of a weak Fe.
Anyway, in college, I've encountered teachers who are intelligent in their own right, but has a really weak communication and teaching skills, and were just hired, in my opinion, because of impressive academic resume. However, I think that's just purely looking at things on face value.
I do consider myself a life-long learner but I never thrived in studying under pressure, nor do I believe in the virtue of being a bookworm. I've always felt like I have my ways of learning things, it's just that I'm not articulate enough in describing it in a more concrete detail.
Anyone here share similar sentiments?