Think about your own educational experience. How might you tell the story of your own personal history of education? What questions would you ask? What parts of your education would you consider important? What would you emphasize? Perhaps you would be interested in the way in which your schooling shaped you as an individual, in which case your narrative might emphasize the development of your personality, grade school relationships, experiences at recess or on the sports field, and the influence of certain adults in and outside of school. The historical artifacts that you would draw on for evidence would be social and personal ones-photographs of friends, personal letters, your yearbook, and other memorabilia. In this history, your research question would center on the way in which your education helped to shape the development of your personal identity.