Main Article Content
The objectives of this research were 1) to evaluate the reading habit promotion project; 2) to propose guidelines for the development of a reading habit promotion project. Educational tools for reading project assessment and proposals for project development guidelines The target groups are 2 school administrators, 42 teachers, and 735 primary school students in grades 1 - 6, for a total of 777 students. Data collection Tools is a questionnaire created by the assessor as a 5-level estimation scale, the result of an analysis of opinions related to the implementation of the project assessment. According to the opinions of students' determination of statistics using percentage, mean, and standard deviation, The results showed that reaction assessment learning assessment behavioral assessment in the aspect of evaluating the results of the organization at the highest level proposed guidelines for the development of a project to promote reading habits. The highest rating is setting an environment that is conducive to learning management. The results showed that reaction assessment learning assessment behavioral assessment in the aspect of evaluating the results of the organization at the highest level proposed guidelines for the development of a project to promote reading habits. 1) The highest rating is setting an environment that is conducive to learning management 2) Learning assessment students can use what they read in their studies and students saw the importance after reading 3) On behavioral assessment make students pay attention to continuously and consistently seek knowledge. 4) Assessment of the organization's results. It was found that the students' reading test results increased every year.
Austin, M., & Casselden, B. (2010). A Survey into the Reading Attitudes and Personal Reading Habits of Year 2 Children. The School Librarian, 58(3), 133–135.
Hommak, S. (2010). The Development of Reading Promotion Activities in Ban Nong Phue School Nong Han District, Udon Thani Province(Master of Education). Udon Thani Rajabhat University.
Julmanee, V. (1999). The Outstanding Library Activities in Primary Schools Under The Khon Kaen Provincial Primary Education Office: A Case Study(Master of Education, Elementary Education). Khon Kaen University.
Kirkpatrick, D. L. (1978). Evaluating in-House Training Program. Training and Development Journal, 32(9), 6-9.
Lertwiriyaphakorn, C. (2018). An Evaluation of the School Loves Reading Project of Prathomsuksa 1st Students in Ban Klong 22 School. Journal of Research for Learning Reform, 1(1), 9-19.
Maungkaew, C. (2011). The Development and Management of Reading Promotion Activity of Bantabrang School’s Students under Chonburi Educational Service Area II(Master of Education, Education Administration). Rajabhat Rajanagarindra University.
Metha, D. (2008). Provision of Activities to Enhance Reading Habits of Prathom Suksa 4 Students(Master of Education, Elementary Education). Chiang Mai University.
Nuankram, A. (2010). Factors Affecting Success in Doing "Promoting Love Reading Behavior" Project of Prototype School and Leading School under Chai Nat, Sing Buri and Ang Thong Educational Service Area Offices(Master of Education, Educational Administration). Thepsatri Rajabhat University.
Office of the National Education Commission. (2003). National Education Act, B.E. 2542 and its Amendments (No. 2), B.E. 2545. Bangkok: Office of the National Education Commission.
Phithiyanuwat, S. (2015). Collection of Official Articles on Project Assessment (9th ed.). Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press.
Promratpan, A. (1998). The Reading Promotion Activities of the School Libraries under the Jurisdiction of Bangkok Metropolis(Master of Arts). Ramkhamhaeng University.
Ritcharoon, P. (2012). Research in Educational Administration to Improve the Quality of Education. Bangkok: Teacher Training College, Phranakhon Rajabhat University.
Sairam, B. (2009). The Development of Operations on Promoting Reading Habits Among Students of Ban Nong Thap School, Nam Yuen District, Ubon Ratchathani Province(Master of Education). Mahasarakham University.
Supannopaph, P., & Boonkoum, W. (2020). Conditions and Results of Reading Habit Enhancement of Students in Schools under the Office of Basic Education Commission (OBEC). Integrated Social Science Journal, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University, 7(2), 143-159.
Thipaksorn, B. (2009). The Role of Educational Institution Administrators and Teachers towards the Promotion of Reading among Students of Phonthong Wittayon School and Ban Dong Dip School under the Roi Et Educational Service Area Office 3(Master of Education). Roi Et Rajabhat University.
Thongsuk, K., Boonsuwan, N., & Kaewmanorom, M. (2007). Organization of Reading Promotion Activities of Secondary School Libraries under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in the Area of Basic Education in the Education Area of Bangkok. Naresuan University. n.p.
Tirakanan, S. (2007). Project Evaluation: A Guide to Practice (7th ed.). Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Printing House.
Toanaree, Y. (2001). Services and Activities of the Master School Libraries Under the Jurisdiction of the office of Dankunthod District Primary Education in Nakhon Ratchasima Province(Master of Arts, Library and Information Science). Khon Kaen University.
Vatcharasootipong, A. (2016). Effectiveness Prediction to Promote Reading Disposition of Lower Secondary Students under Buriram Primary Education Service Area Office 3(Master of Education, Educational Administration). Burapha University.
Wangkahad, A. (2013). Cooperation in Organization Reading Promotion Activities as School Libraries in Bangkok Metropolis(Master of Arts, Library and Information Science). Ramkhamhaeng University.