Peer Review Process

Role of Reviewer

Research articles submitted to this online journal are peer-reviewed. The role of reviewers in reviewing manuscripts written by fellow scientists is a privilege. However, it is a responsibility that demands thought and time-consuming. Therefore, the Editorial Board, authors and the audience appreciate your willingness to accept responsibility and dedication. Accepted research articles will be available online (free download) following the journal's peer-review process.

The articles have been accepted will be available online (free download) following the journal's peer-review process.

The double-blind peer-review process is fast and fair, and also ensures high-quality articles. This process requires critical and constructive analysis and reviewer comments for the quality of the manuscript. Reviewers give time duration of 2 weeks, starting from the date of sending in the email to complete the manuscript review and send back to the editor the manuscript files and assessment sheets.

Maintaining Jurnal Pendidikan is a high-quality scholarly journal depends on reviewers with a high level of expertise and the ability to be objective, fair, and insightful in the evaluation of manuscripts.

In reviewing a manuscript, you should consider the following:

  1. Review the manuscript critically, but constructively and prepare detailed comments on the manuscript to help writers improve their work.
  2. Provide all necessary information within the specified deadline.
  3. Making recommendations to the editor regarding the suitability of the manuscript for publication in the Journal of Education.
  4. Declare to the editor any potential conflicts of interest concerning the author or the content of the manuscript they are asked to review.
  5. Report possible research errors.
  6. Suggest alternative reviewers if they are unable to review the manuscript for any reason.
  7. Treating manuscripts as confidential documents.
  8. Do not use the work described in the manuscript.
  9. Do not communicate directly with the author, if they identify the author.
  10. Not identifying with the author.
  11. Do not forward the manuscript assigned to other reviewers.
  12. Ensure that the manuscript is of high quality and an original work.
  13. Notifies the editor if he finds an assigned manuscript being considered in another publication to his knowledge.
  14. Making comments for publications related to the manuscript being reviewed

The following items to be reviewed:

  1. The novelty of the topic.
  2. Originality.
  3. Scientific reliability.
  4. Valuable contributions to science.
  5. Adding new aspects to existing fields of study.
  6. Ethical aspects.
  7. The structure of the articles submitted and their relevance to the writing guidelines.
  8. References are provided to support content.
  9. Grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  10. Analyses, syntesis, and conclusion


(aspects of this review described to ensure the quality of the manuscript)