Whatever belief is out there—"Practice makes perfect", "Perfect practice makes perfect", or "Practice makes permanent"—they all seem to focus on similar points: we, as humans, can get better and solidify our behavior with practice.
Obviously, we aren't really going to be perfect. And, in actuality, even habits can be altered from the permanence seemingly embedded in repetition. Instead, perhaps the thought is what matters here—no matter what the endeavor, people can improve with practice.
This is where educational role-play comes in.Read More