Author Guidelines

Before prepare and submit article manuscripts, please note that author(s) are discouraged from withdrawing submitted papers after it is in the publication process (review, copyedit, layout, etc.,). During the time, Eduamtica had spent valuable resources besides time spent in the process.

Please prepare your manuscript before submission, using the following guidelines and the article template below:

    1. Articles come from the results of research in the field of mathematics education and / or learning.
    2. Articles have never been published and will not be published by journals or other published media.
    3. Written articles follow the template provided on article template edumatica.
      Articles written in English with times new Roman size 11 spaces 1 A4 paper size approximately 10 pages.
    4. Articles are supplemented with abstracts (in Indonesian and English) 150-200 words and keywords written with times new roman size 11 spaces 1.
    5. The title of the article must be clear, concise and informative. The title of the article is made in English.
    6. The beginning of the paragraph is written on the first beat while the distance between paragraphs is 1.15
    7. Articles are typed using the MS-Word program and submitted at
    8. A brief bio about the author is included below the article title on the first page of the article.
    9. Articles use references from research results contained in the last 5 years journal, and it is recommended to use minimum 25 article from journal internasional .Article writers at least 2 people. Reference Citation and writing Bibliography recomended to using Mendeley
      The research article contains:

          b. Author's identity
          c. Abstract
          d. Introdaction
          e. Research methods
          f. Results and Discussion
          g. Conclusion
          h. Bibliography (further explanation is in the Edumatica Article Template)
    10. Example of writing a bibliography
      Artwood, Tony. (1998). Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals. London: Jessica Kingsley
                  Publisher Ltd.
      Baker, Bruce L. and Brightman, Alan J. (1997). Steps to Independence- Teaching Everyday Skills to Children
                 with Special Needs. Baltimore, USA. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. Inc.
      Ball, D.L. (1990). Prospective Elementary and Secondary Teacher's Understanding of Devision. Journal for
                Research in Mathematics Education. 21 (2) page 132-144. Virginia USA: NCTM.
      Dykstra, D., Boyle, F., & Monarch, I. (1992). Studying Conceptual Change in Learning Physics.
                 Science Education, 76 (1): 616
    11. Citation writing, bibliographies and references are required to use applications, such as Mendeley, Endnote etc.
    12. *NOTE : After you submit, please confirm via WhatsApp message (ID Submission and your name) to number 081367645213