Con Campbell has written an excellent book on the subject adapted from a series of blog posts:
Notice that it’s free if you have a Logos account (and you can also download the core engine for Logos free even without purchasing any of their plans and then get their free stuff).
In reading this, I feel like Dr. Campbell somehow walked through my brain and raided it. I have been making many of these points for years and sometimes using almost the exact wording. My favorite is the chapter “Burn Your Interlinear” in which he describes interlinears as the tool of the devil for language students (I usually say “spawn of Satan…”). A great deal of good advice throughout the book. I would emphasize even more the value of reading as much Greek as possible, including extra-biblical Greek. This is the best way to vocabulary acquisition and even “parsing.” Parsing, like reciting the alphabet, is something that should go away with practice, and the best practice is to interact with the language as a language as much as possible. Having gotten that out of my system, though, I heartily recommend this for anyone who has had the always too little Greek instruction at the seminary level and wishes to keep and improve what they’ve been given.