Tolstoy’s thinking on teaching and learning

Graham Robertson discusses educational writings and teaching experiences of the 19th-Century Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy. Tolstoy is known to have attached much importance to his own writing on education, even more than to the literary creations for which he is best remembered.

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