AUTHOR Guidelines

Jurnal Disabilitas, is the right place to publish papers in the field of science education, especially in the field of Special Needs Education. Research manuscripts in the area of ​​Special Needs Education will be accepted for review.

GENERAL AUTHOR GUIDELINES

All manuscripts must be submitted to the Jurnal Disablitas, Editorial Office using Online Submission at the address of the E-Journal portal: ...................., where the author registers as an online writer. If the author experiences problems in submitting online, please contact the Editorial Office at the following email: ……………… ...

The following documents must accompany the manuscript submitted online via the online submission interface (upload as an additional file):

GUIDE PRINCIPLES

- An acceptable manuscript will meet the following general criteria: it reports a valuable contribution to science. The methodology used is described in sufficient detail so that other capable scientists can repeat the experiment. Conclusions are supported by data, a script that is concise, well-written, and easy to understand.

MANUSCRIPT FORMAT

Manuscripts must be uploaded to the journal system " Jurnal Disabilitas "and arranged in a standard format, Title, Author, Address and Email, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments and References. Typed on A4 size plain paper, column, space 1, font Times New Roman 10 pt and given the line number. Margins on all four sides 2 cm.

MANUSKRIP TITLE

The title of the article must be short and informative. It must be written clearly and concisely and describe the research content. Written in Bold type, font Times New Roman 12 pt.

AUTHORS

Authors must be written in a 10-point font size, middle average, and without an academic degree. And email should be written afterwards.

ABSTRACT

Abstract must be integrated and consist of an introduction and purpose, method, results, conclusions and suggestions. However, the abstract must be written as one paragraph without This header. For this reason, references should be avoided. In addition, non-standard or unusual abbreviations should be avoided, but they should be defined at the mention of first in the abstract itself. Abstracts are written using 150 to 250 words that do not contain references and are accompanied by keywords.

KEYWORDS

Keywords should avoid public, plural, and multiple concepts. This review keyword will be used for indexing purposes. Keywords cannot be more than 5 words or phrases in alphabetical order.

INTRODUCTION The

introduction is written after the abstract and keywords. This section provides a literature review that contains at least three ideas: 1. Background or rational research. 2. Issues and insights into problem-solving plans, 3. Formulation of research objectives (and expectations about the benefits of research results).

METHODS The research method

includes the inquiry line, the sampling method, the analysis method along with the library sources, the modification of the analysis if any to be explained in detail, the experimental design used, and the data analysis.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Results and discussion should be written in the same section. They must be presented continuously, starting from the main results to supporting results and complemented by discussions. The unit of measurement used must follow the applicable international system. All figures and tables are placed separately at the end of the manuscript page and must be active and editable by the editor.

CONCLUSION The

conclusions must be clearly explained. Suggestions are placed after conclusions containing recommendations for research that has been done or input that can be used directly by consumers.

REFERENCES

All references cited in references must be written in the American Psychological Association (APA) style and arranged from A to Z. The article has 10 or more recent references and 80% of the journal. Most references are primary (last five years). We recommend using a reference manager application such as Mendeley, End Note, or Zotero.