As part of the submission process, authors are required to ensure that their submission complies with all the following guidelines. Submissions that do not adhere to these items may be returned to authors or automatically rejected.
  1. Manuscripts, written in English only, must be typewritten in MS Document format. Authors are asked to refer to the full paper template provided. In other words, manuscripts should be typed into the style sheet template.
  2. For each manuscript, the maximum number of authors is three (3).
  3. All manuscripts should conform to the requirements of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (7th Edition).
  4. Manuscripts must not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication elsewhere in any form.
  5. Manuscripts submitted will be carefully screened for plagiarism.
  6. Manuscripts will be assessed for language accuracy. Thorough editing and proofreading are necessary before submission to ensure the high language quality of the manuscripts in compliance with standard academic English.
  7. International Journal of Practices in Teaching and Learning (IJPTL) reserves the right to make editorial changes in any manuscript accepted for publication to enhance clarity or style. If substantial changes are required, the author will be informed, or his/her advice will be sought.


  • Download the Full Paper template for the 4th issue (Vol.2, No.2) here.
  • Download the Author Declaration Form for the 4th issue (Vol.2, No.2) here.

You can submit your completed manuscript here:


Step 1: Initial Screening

The editor or editorial assistant will check a received manuscript to determine whether it conforms to the journal’s scope. Manuscripts out of the journal’s scope will be rejected. Articles published fully or partly in other publications/websites will not be reviewed or accepted.

Step 1: Initial Screening

Step 2: Plagiarism Check

All submitted manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism. Manuscripts containing plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, and dishonesty will be rejected.

Step 3: Peer Review

International Journal of Practices in Teaching and Learning (IJPTL) uses a rigorous double-blind system for peer-review. Both reviewers’ and authors’ identities remain anonymous. The submitted paper will be peer-reviewed by at least two experts in the fields relevant to the paper content.

Step 3: Peer Review

Step 4: Acceptance/Rejection Decision

The decision to accept an article is based on the average score given by reviewers. The author(s) may be asked to revise the manuscript based on the reviewers’ comments or suggestions and resubmit to the journal for another round of consideration. Manuscripts not following the journal author and submission guidelines, as well as the reviewers’ comments without any acceptable justification, may be rejected.