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The author guidelines which is the result of research or equivalent research results in the Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika is from (i) the title, (ii) name and affiliation of the author, (iii) abstract (Indonesian, English), (iv) Introduction, (V) method, (vi) Results and Discussion, (vii) Conclusion and Suggestion and (viii) the referral list, with the following details:

TITLE: A maximum of 14 words as a summary or a combination of free variables against a bound variable or other sets of words describing the relationship between variables that are observed. Titles are also listed in the English version. If The article is presented in English then the title is written in English only

NAME and AFFILIATE AUTHOR: The name is written without a title, and the main author is the first author and author of correspondence. The Affiliate author is written in full and e-mail is listed only for correspondence writers. 

ABSTRACT: Briefly describe the research results that include a minimum of objectives, methods, and research results with a number of 150-200 words written in Bahasa Indonesia and English with a keyword of at least 3 words. If the article is written in English then the abstract English language does not need to be listed.

INTRODUCTION: Contains background, rationale, and or urgency research. References (libraries or relevant research), need to be included in this section, their relationship with research urgency justification, the appearance of research problems, alternative solutions, and selected solutions. The way of writing sources in the text needs to clearly indicate the name of the author and the source citation, which is the published year and the page where the script is located. As an example is:........ The results showed that more than 70% of students were not able to recognize the authentic problem..... (Salim, 6). The introduction was written with Times New Roman 12 upright, with space 1. Each paragraph begins with a word jutting into about 1 cm from the left edge of each column. The problems and objectives, as well as the usability of the research, are written narrative in paragraphs, no need to be given special subtitles. Similarly, the operational definition, if deemed necessary, is also a written narrative. The introduction also contains State of The Art (review of previous literature or research studies) with the intention of justifying/strengthening novelty statements or scientific contributions and originality of the article. The article reference in this journal is a maximum of the last 10 years originating from the primary source to reinforce the originality justification or contribution from the title of the study. Before writing the objective of the study, there must be a GAP Analysis or statement of the gap (originality) or a statement of novelty contribution clearly and explicitly, or what is the difference/unique this research compared to previous studies, also from the important side of this research is done after the new written purpose of research in this article is straightforward and clear.   

METHODS: Contains research type, time and place of research, target/target, research subject, procedures, instruments and data analysis techniques, and other things related to the way of research. Targets/objectives, research subjects, procedures, data and instruments, and data collection techniques, as well as data analysis techniques and other matters relating to the way the research can be written without sub-subchapters. Paragraph text stuffing on methods adapted to the type of research

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: Research results are presented in the form of graphs, tables, or descriptive. Analysis and interpretation of these results are required before being discussed. The data presented is not raw data but the data has been analyzed. The presentation of the research on the table and picture needs to be given explanation/review but not discuss in detail. The table is written in the middle or at the end of each text description result/research acquisition. If the width of the table is not sufficiently written in half a page, it can be written a full page. Table headings are written from the middle Align left, all words are capitalized, except for the conjunctions. If more than one line is written in a single space. The result is an image, or the data created by the image/Schema/graphics/presentation diagram also follows the existing rules; The title or image name is placed below the image, from the left, and spaced 1 space from the image. When more than 1 line, Interline is given a single space. The discussion focuses on associating the data and the results of its analysis with the broader research and theoretical issues or objectives. Can also discussion is the answer to the question of why found such a fact on data?. The discussion is written attached to the data discussed. The discussion was not separated from the data discussed. The discussion was made to be supported by real and obvious facts, and elements (what else) whether there is conformity or opposition with the results of other people's research need to be explained anyway. 

CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTION: Conclusion can be generalized findings according to the research problem, which can also be a recommendation for the next step. Conclusions are written in paragraph form, not in the form of list/numbering items. Suggestions can be feedback for the next researcher, can also be the implications of the research findings.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Written in a single space, between library lists are spaced out of 1 space. Writing a bibliography using the American Psychological Association (APA) Style version 6 rules. The number of referral sources is used as a list of scientific literature libraries (80% of the primary references such as journals, research reports, and proceedings papers and 20% of secondary references such as books, theses, theses, dissertations, and internet sources. Use a reference manager such as Mendeley or another in compiling a list of libraries


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 OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. 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.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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