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A Case Study on Reading Promotion Projects Led by the Korean Education Office Focused on the Project of 'Ulsan Studnets' Reading Day~

교육청 주도의 독서진흥사업에 대한 사례연구 - '울산학생 책읽는데이~' 사업을 중심으로 -

  • 윤유라 (동의대학교 문헌정보학과) ;
  • 이순영 (부산대학교 문헌정보학과)
  • Received : 2019.02.19
  • Accepted : 2019.03.10
  • Published : 2019.03.30

Abstract

The study aims to explore 'reading promotion projects' led by the Korean Education Office and to ponder meaning of the projects, and then to propose the future directions for the projects. To achieve the purpose, the study selected to analyze a reading promotion project called as "Ulsan Students' Reading Day~" by Ulsan MetropolitanCity Office of Education as a case and sample for the study. The study was designed to use two research methods and phases to explore the project in detail: documentary research and survey method. First, the study collected and analyzed the literatures and contents related to the projects but focused on examining progresses of the project such as situations from the introduction stage to the settlement stage. Second, the study conducted survey to collect data from teachers and students who have experienced the project in elementary, middle and high schools. The detailed contents of questionnaires contain current states of the project in each school, assessment of the project, and requirements for the project. The study found that the project resulted in positive influence to students' reading skills and education. In spite of these positive results, it is necessary to develop altenatives to solve some limts in the current states of the project. Reading promotion projects, in long run, need to have profeissional staffs with responsbility for managing the projects, to improve environments for reading promotion, and to encourage students' voluntary participation to the projects.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국교육개발원, 울산교육청

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