Author Guidelines

JIMPI: Jurnal Inovatif Manajemen Pendidikan Islam is a journal that contains actual issues related to Islamic Counseling Guidance written by academics through various literature reviews (Library research) or field studies which will be published in the form of a Scientific Journal. The JIMPI journal is published twice a year (every six months, published in October and April) by the Islamic Counseling Guidance Department, Faculty of Dakwah, Institute of Darullughah Wadda'wah Bangil Pasuruan.

All articles must be submitted to the JIMPI Editorial Office via Online Submission at The article writers will be registered as an Author (register). Should the author have online submission difficulties, please contact the Editorial Office at the following email: or the Editorial Board (085882211471)

2. Article Templates
Articles should be prepared by following author guidelines in the DOCX article template:
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Title: not more than 16 words; Author's name (s): written completely without title; Institution: fully stated, including the name of the institution; Corresponding author: including name & email address
• Abstrak
• Abstract

Abstract is a brief and comprehensive summary of the article content allowing readers to quickly survey article content and, like the title, attracting them to retrieve it from an index database. Most scientific journals require an abstract. Please, consult the author's instructions or the webpage of the journal for which you plan to submit your article for any journal-specific instructions. A well-prepared abstract can be the most important paragraph in an article. Most people have their first contact with an article by looking only at the abstract, usually compared to some other abstracts, because they are doing a literature search. Readers often decide whether or not to read the entire article based on an abstract basis. Abstract must be rich with information. By embedding keywords in your abstract, you increase the user's ability to find the information. Do not exceed the abstract word limit. The word limit varies from one journal to the others and usually ranges from 100 to 150 words.
Key words: lowercase, comma, paper template, abstract, keywords, introduction

This template is designed to assist the author in preparing the article; it is a definite representation of the editor-expected format. To use this template, please just Save as MS Word file to your document, then copy and paste your document here. To copy and paste the texts into this template document, please use "Special Paste" and select "Unformated Text".
All papers submitted to journals must be written in 2 preferred languages, proper English or Arabic.
The author must state the purpose of writing at the end of introduction. Prior to the purpose of writing, the author must provide adequate background, and a brief literature survey to note the best existing solutions / methods and the main limitations of the previous researches.

Research materials and methods should be well understood by readers on what is being written. Provide sufficient explanation regarding the applied research method. The listed methods must be indicated by reference.

The results should be clear and concise. The results should summarize (scientifically) the findings by providing detailed data. Explain any differences between your research results or findings and previous publications conducted by other researchers. The discussion in this section should explore the significance of the research results, not repeat them.

The conclusion must answer the research objectives. Describe how this research was conducted. Without a clear conclusion, reviewers and readers will find it difficult to understand the results of the research, and to consider whether or not it is appropriate to be published in the journal. Don't repeat abstracts, or just list experimental results. Provide clear scientific data. You should also provide suggestions or recommendations for future research.

Drake, Susan M., and Joanne L. Reid. “21st Century Competencies in Light of the History of Integrated Curriculum.” Frontiers in Education 5 (July 14, 2020): 1–10. (Journal Article) 

Fuad, A. Jauhar. Wawancara. Interview by Zaenal Arifin, April 21, 2021. (Interview)

Ghofur, Abd, Joel C. Kuipers, and Askuri. “Instructional Design: Multi-Site Study of the Integration of Islam in Science Teaching in Java, Indonesia.” Indonesian Journal of Islamic Education Studies (IJIES) 4, no. 1 (June 29, 2021): 70–84. (Journal Article)

Klein, Julie Thompson. “Learning in Transdisciplinary Collaborations: A Conceptual Vocabulary.” In Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice and Education: The Art of Collaborative Research and Collective Learning, edited by Dena Fam, Linda Neuhauser, and Paul Gibbs. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018. (Book Section)

Qomar, Mujamil. Pendidikan Islam Multidisipliner, Interdisipliner, dan Transdisipliner. Malang: Madani Media, 2020. (Book)

Rabasa, Angel. “Islamic Education in Southeast Asia.” Hudson Institute, September 12, 2005. (Web Page)

Vorobyova, I. V., and O. V. Kruzhkova. “Student Vandalism as Spontaneous Risk-Communication in the Context of Digitalization,” 82–86. Atlantis Press, 2020. (Conference Paper/Proceedings)

Zahid, Reza Ahmad. “Keberagamaan Kaum Waria: Studi Kehidupan Beragama Kaum Waria Di Kota Kediri.” PhD. Dissertation, UIN Sunan Ampel, 2020. (Ph.D. Dissertation)

JIMPI: Jurnal Inovatif Manajemen Pendidikan Islam
Faculty of Tarbiyah, Islamic Education Management Department of The Darullughah Wadda'wah International Islamic University of Pasuruan
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Phone: (0343) 745317