Author Guidelines

Article Writing Guidelines

JIPG: Scientific Journal of the Teacher Profession

Overall, the body of the article is between 5000–8000 words including the bibliography (minimum 20 pages). Article typing using Microsoft Word software with 1 space between lines, Times New Rowman font size 12, and presented in one column for easy review.

JIPG: Professional Teacher Scientific Journal is a journal published by the Teacher Professional Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa. Facilitating academics, practitioners, teachers, students to publish scientific works in the form of research results and literature studies related to education from research results and thoughts. JIPG: The Scientific Journal of Teacher Professional Education is published 2 times a year, in February and August, every 10 articles published. The scope of scientific writing in the JIPG journal covers the following scientific fields: 1. Learning strategies; 2. Educational evaluation; 3. Curriculum; 4. School and classroom management; 5. Development of media and teaching materials. Articles must be original, meaning that they have never been published in another journal or are being considered for publication in another journal and free from plagiarism.

Writing articles in the JIPG journal is recommended to pay attention to systematics and scientific provisions as follows:

1. Abstract

The abstract should reflect the overall substance of the article content and be able to help the reader to determine its relevance to interests and decide whether to read the document as a whole. The abstract contains a statement about the background of the problem, the focus of the problem, the important steps or stages of the research, as well as the main findings and conclusions. Abstracts are written in 2 languages ​​(English and Indonesian), in 1 paragraph, 1 spaced apart, and with a number of between 150–200 words.

Keywords: 3–5 Terms
Keywords contain important terms and the substance of the article, can make it easier for readers to find the article, and are written under the abstract

2. Introduction

The introduction includes, among other things, the background of the problem, the gap between the idealized and the real, supported by the latest relevant theories and research on the problem, and the new value of research which is innovation. This section is written as much as a maximum of 20% of the body of the article.

3. Method

The method section should be written short, concise, clear, but sufficient. He explained that the use of research methods, implementation procedures, tools, materials, or instruments must be explained well, but not in the form of theory. If deemed necessary, there is an attachment regarding the lattice of the instrument or fragments of the material used. If there are statistical formulas used as part of the method, the commonly used formulas do not need to be written. For example, there are specific provisions set by the researcher in order to collect and analyze the data described in the methods section of this. This section is written up to a maximum of 10% (for qualitative research) or a maximum of 15% (for quantitative research) from the body of the article.

4. Results and Discussion

To facilitate understanding and reading, the research results are described first, followed by the discussion section. The results and discussion subtitles are presented separately. This section must be the most part, at least 60% of the entire body of the article.

5. Conclusion

Conclusions are not just repeating data, but in the form of substance of meaning. It can be a statement of what is expected, as stated in the "Introduction" chapter which can eventually lead to the "Results and Discussion" chapter so that there is compatibility. In addition, the prospect of developing research results and prospects for further research applications in the future can also be added (based on the results and discussion).

6. Thank-you note

This section contains acknowledgments to sponsors, donors of funds, resource persons, or parties who play an important role in carrying out the research.

7. Bibliography

The bibliography is sorted alphabetically. Everything that is referred to in the article must be listed in the bibliography and everything that is written in the bibliography must be referenced in the article using the Mendeley, Zotero, or EndNote application written in accordance with the APA Style (American Psychological Association) format with a minimum of 15 current references.