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The Guide for Scientific Writing

JINoP (Jurnal Inovasi Pembelajaran)

 

 

 

  1. The article should be based on the result of the learning researches on all the disciplines and education levels. The script is typed by using Microsoft Word program with the following format: Times New Roman with 12-point typeface, single-spaced, on A4 page size, and covering 10-15 pages. The script is submitted in form of an exemplar of print-out along with the softcopy to jinopfkip@gmail.com and jinopfkip@umm.ac.id
  2. The author’s name without title, the name of the institution, and e-mail are placed under the title of the article. For the team-authored article, the editor only related to the main author or the one whose name listed in the first order.
  3. The article is composed in formal Bahasa Indonesia or English in accordance to the terms and guide of scientific writing. The title is typed in capitals with 14-point typeface and center-positioned. The sub-title is typed in bold. The Indonesian title should not be more than 14 words, while the English title should not be more than 12 words. The article covers: title, name of the author(s), the name of the institution, e-mail; abstract (both in Bahasa Indonesia and English, not more than 200 words) covering objectives, methodology, findings and discussion, and main conclusion); key words (3-5 words);introduction (covering research background, research context, review of the related literature, and research objectives in form of paragraphs with the percentage of 15-20% of the whole article.); method (explaining the research design, data source, data collection technique, and data analysis in form of paragraphs with the percentage of 10-15% of the whole article); findings and discussion (the ‘findings‘ covers the description of the analysis result related to the statement of problems, while ‘discussion’ contains result interpretation and comparison to theories and/or the similar research findings, with the percentage of 40-60% of the whole article. The ‘findings’ may be supported by tables, graphics, and/or charts. The follow-up possibilities of the activity may also be presented); conclusion (covering the research findings in form of answers for the statement problems or the summary of discussion, provided in form of paragraph. Suggestions can also be conveyed); and references (covering only the cited writings in the script and is presented in alphabetical and chronological order).
  4. Personal phone number is required.
  5. The references are better from up-to-date primary sources such as scientific journal or magazines articles, thesis, and dissertation.
  6. The citation should use parenthetical citation technique including year, author, and the page number, for example: (Miller, 2011: 100)
  7. The references are in alphabetical and chronological order as follows:

 

Book References:

Noddings, N. 1993. Educating for Intelligent Belief or Unbelief. New York: TeacherCollege Press.

 

Article Reference in the Book of Articles Compilation:

Margono. 2008. ManajemenJurnalIlmiah in M.G Waseso& A. Saukah (Eds.),MenerbitkanJurnalIlmiah (pp. 46-50). Malang: UMM Press.

 

Reference in Form of Book with Editor:

Rusli, Marah. 2005. SosiologiPendidikan: KajianBerdasarkanTeoriIntegritasMikro-Makro (Arnaldi. S Ed.) Malang: UMM Press.

 

Reference in Form of Book from Electronic Library:

Dealey, C. 1998. The Care of Wounds: A Guide for Nurses. Oxford: Blackwell Science. Dari NetLibrary, (Online), (http://netlibrary.com), accessed on August 26, 2012.

 

Reference from the Article in Printed Journal-Based Internet:

Mappiare-AT, A., Ibrahim, A.S. &Sudjiono. 2009. BudayaKomunikasiRemaja-Pelajar di Tiga Kota Metropolitan Pantai Indonesia. JurnalIlmuPendidikan, (Online), 16 (1): 12-21, (http://www.umm.ac.id)accessed on October 28, 2009

 

Reference from Article in the Journal from CD-ROM:

Krashen, S., Long, M. &Scarcella, R. 2007. Age, Rate and Evantual Attainment in Second Language Acquisition. TESOL Quarterly, 13: 543-567 (CD-ROM: TESOL Quarterly-Digital, 2007).

 

Reference of Article in Journal or Magazine:

Wentzel, K. R. 1997. Student Motivation in Middle School: The Role of PerceivedPedagogical Caring. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89 (3), 411-419.

 

Translated Book:

Habermas, Jurgen. 2007. TeoriTindakanKomunikatif II: KritikatasRasioFungsionaris.Translated byNurhadi. Yogyakarta: KreasiWacana.

 

References from Government Official Document Published by the Institution:

Undang-UndangSistemPendidikan Nasional (UURI No. 20 Tahun 2003 danPeraturanPelaksanaannya. 2003. Jakarta: Ministry of National Education

 

Reference from Newspaper without Mentioning the Author

JawaPos, May 27, 2015. “KomitmenMendikbudSegarkanPramuka”. Page 3.

 

Reference from Internet:

Winingsih, H. Lucia, et al. 2007. PeningkatanMutu, RelevansidanDayaSaingPendidikan. Jakarta: Center of Scientific Documentation and Information Indonesian Institute of Sciences (PDII-LIPI) (Online), accessed on December 2, 2014

(http://www.Pdii.lipi.go.id/katalog/index.php/searchcatalog/byld/257453)

 

 

                                                                                                             

Reference in Form of Thesis or Dissertation:

Mulyana, Yoyo. 2000. Keefektifan Model Mengajar Respons Pembaca dalam Pengajaran Pengkajian Puisi.Unpublished Dissertation. Bandung: Faculty of Language and Art Indonesia University of Education

 

Musaffak.2013. Peningkatan Kemampuan Membaca Kritis dengan Menggunakan Metode Mind Mapping. Unpublished Thesis. Malang: PPs UM.

 

8.  Anything related to citation permission or computer software used in script composition or any other activities related to Intellectual Property Right (HaKI) by the author, including the legal consequences, are fully borne by the author.

 

 

THE TITLE IS TYPED IN

TIMES NEW ROMAN, 14, BOLD

(MAXIMUM 14 WORDS)

 

Author11), Author22), ff. [Times New Roman, 12, no title,

no abbreviation]

1Name of Institution (author 1, Times New Roman, 11)

email: author_1@abc.ac.id (Times New Roman, 11)

2Name of Institution (author 2, Times New Roman, 11)

email: author_2@abc.ac.id (Times New Roman, 11)

 

 

ABSTRACT [Times New Roman, 10, in Bahasa Indonesia]

Abstract covering research objectives, methodology, and findings is in Bahasa Indonesia, composed in a paragraph and no more than 200 words (Times New Roman, 10, single-spaced]

 

Key Words: 3-5 key words are separated each other with comma [Times New Roman, 10, single-spaced]

 

 

ABSTRACT [Times New Roman 10, in English]

Abstract covering research objectives, methodology, and findings is in English, composed in a paragraph and no more than 200 words (Times New Roman, 10, single-spaced]

Key Words: 3-5 key words are separated each other with comma [Times New Roman, 10, single-spaced]

 

INTRODUCTION

It covers research background, research context, review of the related literature, and research objectives in form of paragraphs with the percentage of 15-20% of the whole article. The relevant review of the literature and hypothesis development may also be included [Times New Roman, 12, normal].

 

METHOD

It explains the research design, data source, data collection technique, and data analysis in form of paragraphs with the percentage of 10-15% [Times New Roman, 12, normal].

           

FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

The ‘findings ‘covers the description of the analysis result related to the statement of problems, while ‘discussion’ contains result interpretation and comparison to theories and/or the similar research findings, with the percentage of 40-60% of the whole article. The ‘findings’ may be supported by tables, graphics, and/or charts. The follow-up possibilities of the activity may also be presented [Times New Roman, 12, normal].

             

Table 1. The Title of the Table (example of table 1)

 

 

95%CI

Condition

M(SD)

LL

UL

Letters

14.5(28.6)

5.4

23.6

Digits

31.8(33.2)

21.2

42.4

 

 

CONCLUSION

It covers the research findings in form of answers for the statement problems or the summary of discussion, provided in form of paragraph. Suggestions can also be conveyed [Times New Roman, 12, normal].

 

REFERENCES

It covers only the cited writings in the script and is presented in alphabetical and chronological order.

 

Book:

Gardner, H. 1993. Multiple Intelligences. New York: Basic Books.

 

 

Book of articles compilation:

Wahyono, P danSugiarti (Eds.). 2013. PencerahanPendidikan Masa Depan. Malang: UMM Press

 

Articlein book of articles compilation:

 

Bezooijen, R. V. 2002. Aesthetic evaluation of Dutch: Comparison across dialects, accents and languages. In D. Long, & D. R. Preston (Eds.), Handbook of perceptual dialectology (Vol. 2, hlm. 13-30). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins.

 

Article in journal or magazine:

Jaber, M., & Hussein, R. 2011.  Native speakers’ perception of non-native English speech. English Language Teaching, 4(4), 77-87.

                             

Official Document:

Undang-undangRepublik Indonesia Nomor 2 tentangSistemPendidikan Nasional. 2003. Surabaya: Usaha Nasional


 

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 submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  4. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  5. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

 

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