Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

  • The article has not been published in other journals or other places.
  • The article should be written in English (United States of America English) or Indonesian with a formal style and structure.
  • The article should be written in a Word document (Microsoft Word), 1, 1,5 space, 12pt Times New Roman, 8.000 to 10.000 words.
  • The article is an original work of the author/s.
  • The author/s have responsibility to check thoroughly the accuracy of citation, grammar, table, and figures before submission.
  • The author/s have responsibility to revise their article after receiving a review from the editorial boards.
  • The author/s should register at the e-journal of Abdul Hadi Shofwan: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam before submitting their paper and fill out the form completely.
  • The article should be submitted online.
  • The articles will be reviewed by Editorial Board.
  • Articles are written with systematics as follows:
    The article file must be written in Microsoft Word format. We do not accept other formats, such as LaTex files or PDFs.
    Article Length
    The article's length ranges from 10-16 pages, including references. 8.000 to 10.000 words

Article Organization
The body of the article should be set like the following:

» Abstract

» Introduction

» Method

» Result and Discussion

» Conclusion

» References

» Acknowledgement* [*optional]

ABSTRACT. The abstract contains the main objectives of the study, the methods used, and research findings. Abstract written in English and Bahasa Indonesia to use it late font Times New Roman 10 pt, using single line spacing between lines. Left indent 2.5 cm and right indent 0 cm and abstract length between 150 to 250 words. Keywords need to be included to describe the realm of the problem under study and the main terms that underlie the implementation of the study. Keywords can be single words or compound words. The number of keywords is around 3-5 words. These keywords are needed for computerization. Searching for research titles and abstracts is made easy with these keywords.

INTRODUCTION. Content in the introduction, must contain: first, presentation of the main research or study topics; second, contains the latest literature related to citing the latest research literature (the last ten years) which has relevance to the article being studied; third, it can show gaps that have not been filled by previous studies, inconsistencies or controversies that arise between the existing literature; fourth, contain the problem, the purpose of the research or study, the context of the research or study, and the unit of analysis used in the study; and fifth, displaying what is discussed in the structure of the article.

METHOD. The research methods section should be able to explain the research methods used, including how the procedures are implemented, an explanation of the tools, materials, media or instruments used, an explanation of the research design, population and sample (research targets), data collection techniques, instrument development, and technique of data analysis. Writing subtitles in the method should be included in the paragraph instead of bullets, or numbering. For qualitative research such as classroom action research, case studies, etc., it is necessary to add the presence of researchers, research subjects, informants who helped along with ways to explore research data, location and duration of research as well as a description of checking the validity of research results.

RESULT and  DISCUSSION. The findings of research includes: 1) present the research or study findings briefly; 2) may use tables or pictures, and 3) each research finding or study must be interpreted properly using standard spelling. Only the results of the analysis and the results of hypothesis testing need to be reported. The discussion section aims to: (1) answer the problem formulation and research or study questions; (2) shows how the findings were obtained or found; (3) interpret the findings; (4) linking research findings or studies with established knowledge structures; and (5) bring up new theories or modifications to existing theories, by comparing the results of previous studies that have been published in reputable journals. For this purpose, the author is required to refer to international journals (Scopus) and national journals (Sinta).

CONCLUSION. The conclusion consists of a summary of the article that presents a summary of the results of research that has been carried out and is the answer to the formulation of the problem. Conclusions must be aligned with the formulation of the problem and research objectives. If the conclusion is more than one, then it’s written using numbering numbers in paragraphs, not by using bullets, and the writer can also add the prospect of development of the results of the research or study as well as how to further implications will be the prospects of research or further research.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. If needed, the author can add appreciation to this section.

References. The references are referred to American Psychological Association (APA) style 7th edition, by using manager reference (Mendeley/Zotero). For examples:

Ibda, H., Febriyani, N. R., Al Hakim, M. F., Faizah, S. N., Wijanarko, A. G., & Qosim, N. (2022). Game innovation: a case study using the Kizzugemu visual novel game with Tyranobuilder software in elementary school. Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 28(1), 460–469.


Wijanarko, A. G., & Narahmalia, I. (2022). The Implementation of Teacherpreneurship of PGMI Students INISNU Temanggung. Al-Aulad: Journal of Islamic Primary Education, 5(2), 79–88.

  • The bibliography is written in alphabetical order.
  • Transliteration follows predetermined guidelines