Strolling through school spaces, we sense the continuous stream of images formed in our thought, like objects from our imagination, indissociate from those we see materialized in drawings, photographs, graphs, maps and texts exposed on a bulletin board, which communicate feelings, thoughts and experiences lived by classroom subjects. We have numberless possibilities to create stories whose characters are these very subjects in their relations with everything that forms those classrooms, including what is outside their walls. In this text, we get trough those spaces/times trying to capture images that tell us a little about them and how they constitute themselves. The images are considered as sources able to inform, form and tell us things about the classroom subjects and their creations in the quotidian of schools. Mixing images and imaginary, stories of these subjects sensing those spaces, stories are created and told. Such stories are also about ourselves.
School quotidian; Images; Knowledge networks