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Author Guidelines

1. The manuscript must be an educational research result or a scientific study of actual problems in education which contributed toward the understanding, development theory, the scientific concept, and the implications for education in Indonesia.

2. The articles must be original and have never been published or are being submitted to another journal. Articles ever presented in a forum, such as seminars, should be mentioned forum.

3. All submitted manuscripts have to be written by referring to APA style, following this TEMPLATE

4. All manuscripts are submitted through online journal system. If you already have an acount, you may log in first. If you don't, please REGISTER to the system.

5. Manuscript is written in Indonesian or English properly. 4,500-7,000 words, 1 column 1.5 spacing, A4 paper, font Times New Roman 12, with program window MS word

6. Articles written by the terms and systematics as follows:

  •  Title: written and concise, maximum 12 words containing the keyword, and should reflect the substance of education described in the article body.
  •  The author's name: it is written under the title, without a title. The author can be an individual or a team, and all of the authors listed.
  •  Agencies and address of the author: author written institutions of origin, email address, which is located under the author's name.
  • Abstract: written in Indonesian and English, which consists of 150 to 170 words and written in one paragraph that contains (1) the purpose, (2) methods, and (3) the results of the research.
  • Keywords: filled 3 (three) words or terms that reflect the essence of the concept within the scope of the problems can consist of several pieces of words / terms. Key words written under the abstract with a distance of one line and italicized.
  • Body: consists of (1) an introduction that includes a background, (2) procedures / means / methods, (3) the results of research and discussion, (4) conclusion. 

                1) INTRODUCTION: Containing, among others, the background of the problem, explication of the problem, and the gap between the ideal and the factual supported by relevant theories and recent research results, new values or usefulness of the study, and finally the objectives of the study. This section is written more or less 20% of the body of the article including the title and abstract.

                2) METHOD: This section is written concisely and clearly but sufficiently that it can be replicated. It covers the research approach, participants, procedure, instrumentation, and data collection technique and analysis. If needed, attachments can be appended concerning specifications of the research instruments and materials. This section covers at the maximum of 15% (for quantitative research) of the article body.

                3) FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION: In order to accommodate easy reading and understanding, the research results are presented first a d then followed by the discussion. The finding and discussion sections must be presented in two separate sections. This will be the longest section (minimum 60%) of the whole article.

                4) CONCLUSION: The conclusion is not merely a repetition of data description, but it must be a substantiation of meaning. It can represent an expectation that is mentioned in the “Introduction” section and produces discussion in the “Findings and Discussion” section such that there is thought compatibility. Furthermore, a statement can be added that proposes prospects of future development and application of further research as based on the findings and discussion of the study.


  •  References: cultivated from primary sources (journals / magazines scientific or research report) and current / latest (maximum 10 years). References only lists the sources referenced in the article body. Otherwise the name referenced in the body must exist in the bibliography. Writing a reference follow the example below. 
  • Journal

             Print:

Kusuma, F. I., Sutadji, E., & Tuwoso. (2014). Kontribusi dukungan orang tua, penguasaan pengetahuan dasar, dan motivasi berprestasi terhadap pencapaian kompetensi kejuruan. Jurnal Kependidikan, 44(1), 1-14.

           Online:

Kusuma, F. I., Sutadji, E., & Tuwoso. (2014). Kontribusi dukungan orang tua, penguasaan pengetahuan dasar, dan motivasi berprestasi terhadap pencapaian kompetensi kejuruan. Jurnal Kependidikan, 44(1), 1-14. Dari: http://journal.uny.ac.id/index.php/jk/article/view/2187. (attached DOI if any).

  • Book:

Page, A. C., & Stritzke, W. G. K. (2015). Clinical psychology for trainees: Foundations of science-informed practice(2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Winch, C. (2006). Graduate attributes and changing conceptions of learning. Dalam Hager, P. & Holland, S. Graduate attributes, learning and employability, (pp. 67-90). Dordrecht: Springer.

  • Newspaper/ Magazine article

Arman, S. A. (19 Januari 2013). Mempertimbangkan kembali pemberlakuan kurikulum baru. Kompas, 5.

For online newspaper, the website address should be attached.

  • Paper

Wilujeng, I., Masruri, M. S., & Wangid, M. N. (April, 2016). Pengembangan subject specific pedagogy tematik untuk mengembangkan karakter siswa sekolah dasar. Makalah dipresentasikan dalam Seminar Nasional Penelitian dan PPM untuk Mewujudkan Insan Unggul, Yogyakarta.

For online paper, the website address should be attached.

  • Thesis

Lestari, S. N. D. (2014). Analisis faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi kinerja pengelolaan keuangan PTN: Studi kasus di UGM (Tesis UGM).

 

7. How to refer to the authors in the article body mentioning the last name of the author (according to the bibliography), year, and page.

Example: Woodside (2010, pp. 53-55); (Woodside & Roger, 2010, p. 53) or Woodside and Roger (2010) explained ...... (pp.53-55).

Direct referral (without changing anything), typed single-spaced indented entrance to the right 7 beats, the left and right.

8. Figures may include images, charts, diagrams, maps and photos are presented with the following provisions:

   a) photos for images, maps, should be pretty sharp;

   b) size images, graphs, tables, and so adjusted to the size of the paper;

   c) table using horizontal lines, vertical lines and without table heading above the table and typed from the left edge,

   d) images, graphics and photos are boxed and the title is above the typed from the left edge and to be numbered.

   e) copy graphs directly from Excel, not the image (.jpg)

9. The manuscript softfile in the format "doc" is sent via an email sent to jklppm.uny@gmail.com or jk@uny.ac.id and through the OJS system http://journal.uny.ac.id/index.php/jk

10. Education Journal articles that have been published can be accessed through e-journal at: http://journal.uny.ac.id./index.php/jk

11. A published article will be charged Rp750.000- for article processing fee. The author(s) will be given three copies of fully printed journals and the author must subscribe for 3 years.

12. Unpublished manuscripts will be returned or informed via e-mail in the form of notification.

 

 

 

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The manuscript must be an educational research result or a scientific study of actual problems in education which contributed toward the understanding, development theory, the scientific concept, and the implications for education in Indonesia.
  2. The articles must be original and have never been published or are being submitted to another journal. Articles ever presented in a forum, such as seminars, should be mentioned forum.


  3. All submitted manuscripts have to be written by referring to APA style
  4. All manuscripts are submitted through online journal system

  5. Manuscript is written in Indonesian or English properly. 4,500-7,000 words, 1 column 1.5 spacing, A4 paper, font Times New Roman 12, with program window MS word
  6. Articles written by the terms and systematics as follows:

    •   Title: written and concise, maximum 12 words containing the keyword, and should reflect the substance of education described in the article body.
    •  The author's name: it is written under the title, without a title. The author can be an individual or a team, and all of the authors listed.
    •  Agencies and address of the author: author written institutions of origin, email address, which is located under the author's name.
    • Abstract: written in Indonesian and English, which consists of 150 to 170 words and written in one paragraph that contains (1) the purpose, (2) methods, and (3) the results of the research.
    • Keywords: filled 3 (three) words or terms that reflect the essence of the concept within the scope of the problems can consist of several pieces of words / terms. Key words written under the abstract with a distance of one line and italicized.
    • Body: consists of (1) an introduction that includes a background, (2) procedures / means / methods, (3) the results of research and discussion, (4) conclusion.

                    1) INTRODUCTION

                    2) METHOD

                    3) FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

                    4) CONCLUSION

    •  Bibliography: cultivated from primary sources (journals / magazines scientific or research report) and current / latest (maximum 10 years). Bibliography only lists the sources referenced in the article body. Otherwise the name referenced in the body must exist in the bibliography. Writing a bibliography follow the example below. 
    • Journal

                 Print:

    Kusuma, F. I., Sutadji, E., & Tuwoso. (2014). Kontribusi dukungan orang tua, penguasaan pengetahuan dasar, dan motivasi berprestasi terhadap pencapaian kompetensi kejuruan. Jurnal Kependidikan, 44(1), 1-14.

    Online:

    Kusuma, F. I., Sutadji, E., & Tuwoso. (2014). Kontribusi dukungan orang tua, penguasaan pengetahuan dasar, dan motivasi berprestasi terhadap pencapaian kompetensi kejuruan. Jurnal Kependidikan, 44(1), 1-14. Dari: http://journal.uny.ac.id/index.php/jk/article/view/2187. (attached DOI if any).

    • Book:

    Page, A. C., & Stritzke, W. G. K. (2015). Clinical psychology for trainees: Foundations of science-informed practice(2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

    Winch, C. (2006). Graduate attributes and changing conceptions of learning. Dalam Hager, P. & Holland, S. Graduate attributes, learning and employability, (pp. 67-90). Dordrecht: Springer.

    • Newspaper/ Magazine article

    Arman, S. A. (19 Januari 2013). Mempertimbangkan kembali pemberlakuan kurikulum baru. Kompas5.

    For online newspaper, the website address should be attached.

    • Paper

    Wilujeng, I., Masruri, M. S., & Wangid, M. N. (April, 2016). Pengembangan subject specific pedagogy tematik untuk mengembangkan karakter siswa sekolah dasar. Makalah dipresentasikan dalam Seminar Nasional Penelitian dan PPM untuk Mewujudkan Insan Unggul, Yogyakarta.

    For online paper, the website address should be attached.

    • Thesis

    Lestari, S. N. D. (2014). Analisis faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi kinerja pengelolaan keuangan PTN: Studi kasus di UGM (Tesis UGM).

  7. How to refer to the authors in the article body mentioning the last name of the author (according to the bibliography), year, and page.

    Example: Woodside (2010, pp. 53-55); (Woodside & Roger, 2010, p. 53) or Woodside and Roger (2010) explained ...... (pp.53-55).

    Direct referral (without changing anything), typed single-spaced indented entrance to the right 7 beats, the left and right.

  8. Tables and illustrations may include images, charts, diagrams, maps and photos are presented with the following provisions:

    a) photos for images, maps, should be pretty sharp;

    b) size images, graphs, tables, and so adjusted to the size of the paper;

    c) table using horizontal lines, vertical lines and without table heading above the table and typed from the left edge,

    d) images, graphics and photos are boxed and the title is above the typed from the left edge and to be numbered.

    e) copy graphs directly from Excel, not the image (.jpg)

  9. The manuscript softfile in the format "doc" is sent via an email sent to jk@uny.ac.id and through the OJS system http://journal.uny.ac.id/index.php/jk
 

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