Studying the educational practices of the past as they took place both in and outside schools, implies the existence, preservation and use of the new sources which are the concrete evidence of those practices themselves. These evidences are represented, on the one hand, by the spaces and the material objects which were used in those practices (furniture, objects, teaching aids, schoolbooks etc.) and, on the other, by objects that provide information about those practices (such as teachers’ professional memories, exam material, reports of classroom activities, personal testimonies, exercise-books or school-notes, pupils’ works, school photographs and yearbooks, school magazines and so on).

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