We can give a hungry person one fish for dinner or a fishing rod, but for them to eat regularly, we need to teach them to fish.
Educators tend to focus on mastery of a skill, rather than the psychological experience of using said skill.
When such skill development is associated with a tool, we assume that skill-set mastery leads directly to tool engagement. This assumption is reasonable, but does not necessarily happen all the time.
Similarly, we can give a hungry person one fish dinner. For them to eat regularly, however, we could give them a fishing rod to fish with. But that alone won't suffice. We also need to teach them how to fish. Giving a person the end result or a tool without instruction does not yield a sustainable result.