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Author Guidelines

Articles are the results of research, theoretical studies and review results that are original and have novelty as contributions to science within the scope of mathematics education, physics education, chemistry education, biology education and also include research results in the fields of physics, chemistry and biology. Articles should be written in English.

Manuscript format using Microsoft Word, with Times New Roman font, font size 12. Standard A4-sized (21 × 29.7 cm [8.27 × 11.7 inch]) paper should be used. All contents, including text, figures and tables, should be surrounded by 2.5 cm margins on all four sides. Formulas and equations are written with Microsoft Equation. The number of written pages reaches 8-15 pages or up to 2500-4500 words (including pictures and tables). Writing refers to systematics consisting of Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments, and References.

The manuscript template can be downloaded at the link template.

Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by an editor and forwarded to reviewers. Authors will be asked to correct if possible. Confirmation of acceptance or rejection will be notified no later than 1 month. Manuscript rejection will be notified in writing/email. Manuscripts that are not published will not be returned, except at the author's request.

Systematics of Manuscript Writing

Title. Title does not exceed 20 words with font size 16, Bold.
Runner title.  Maximum consists of 5 words.
Author's name. The author's name is written in full without title and not abbreviated, written sequentially if there is more than one author.
Afiliations. The name of the institution is included in full, namely the division/study program and the name of the institution.
Corresponding author. The author includes an email address and a mailing address where he can be contacted regarding the submitted manuscript.
Abstract. Written in English and should not exceed 250 words.
Keywords. Maximum 5 words
Introduction. Contains research problems; insight and problem-solving plans; formulation of research objectives; summary of theoretical studies related to the problem studied. This section sometimes also contains expectations about the results and benefits of the research
Methods. More emphasis is placed on explaining the tools and materials used and how to analyze the data. It is necessary to write down the specifications of the tools and materials.
Result and discussion. contains the results of data analysis and hypothesis testing results. To clarify the results verbally, data can be presented in the form of tables or images (graphs are categorized as images). The figure and table title are placed at the top, consisting of three horizontal lines, without vertical lines.
Conclusion. The conclusion contains answers to the research questions. Suggestions refer to results and discussions (not necessarily present)
Aknowledgments. Acknowledgments can be addressed to funders and parties who helped during the research and writing of the manuscript.
References. Written systematically, according to the references in the manuscript description. Reference sources of at least 80% are publications from the last 10 years. References of at least 70% are in the form of research articles in journals or research reports. Writing a bibliography follows APA style format. Writing a bibliography is mandatory using Mendeley.