Code of Ethics & Plagiarism Policy

Code of Ethics & Plagiarism Policy


Article Writing Code of Ethics

  1. The author is responsible for the overall content of the article which includes methods, analysis, calculations, and details.
  2. The author immediately responds to comments made by peer reviews in a professional and timely manner.
  3. Authors must inform the editor if they withdraw their paper.
  4. The author describes the limitations of this study.
  5. The author respects the publisher if the submitted article, for one reason or another, is not published.
  6. The author informs the editor of the paper which is part of a gradual, multidisciplinary research and different perspectives.
  7. The author makes a statement that the paper submitted for publication is original, has not been published anywhere in any language, and is not in the process of being submitted to another publisher.
  8. If there is an error in the paper, the author must immediately notify the editor or publisher.
  9. Use of material from other publications that are copyrighted, must be given written permission and thanks.
  10. Authors refer to the work of others as appropriate citations and citations used in the paper.
  11. When submitting new discoveries or improving inventions, authors should mention previous work, researcher/author/founder.
  12. Authors are not allowed to provide a bibliography of a publication if they have not read the publication.
  13. If requested, the authors provide evidence that the research has complied with research ethics requirements including field notes.
  14. The author responds if there are comments or feedback after the paper is published.


Plagiarism Policy Plagiarism includes the following: 

Journal of Education and Teaching (JET) Editorial Team strongly condemns plagiarism, deeming it unacceptable in any manifestation. Authors who submit their manuscripts to Journal of Education and Teaching (JET) must guarantee the absence of plagiarized content in their work. It is mandatory for authors to utilize plagiarism detection software to evaluate content similarity, adhering to a maximum permissible plagiarism limit of 25%.


  1. Referring and/or quoting terms, words and/or sentences, data, or information from sources without citing sources in the citation notes and/or without adequately stating sources.
  2. Referring or quoting random terms, words or sentences and information from sources without citing the source in the citation notes or without adequately citing the source.
  3. Using ideas, opinions, views, or theories without adequately citing sources. Formulate your own words or sentences from the source of words or phrases, ideas, opinions, views, or theories without stating the source adequately.
  4. Submit scientific work produced or published by others as a source of scientific work without disclosing it adequately



If the author is proven to be duplicating, fabricating, falsifying, plagiarizing, or publishing one manuscript in two or more different journals, the author is given sanctions in the form of revocation of the article, cancellation of publication, and blacklisting of the Journal of Education and Teaching (JET)


Authors who wish to publish manuscripts should pay attention to the points below: 

  1. Manuscripts that do not meet the stated requirements will be returned.
  2. The manuscript has not been published or is under consideration by another journal (or an explanation has not been provided in comments to the editor).
  3. The script file is expected to be in a word document file format.
  4. When available, URLs for reference are provided. 1 spaced text; fonts 12; italic; not underlined (except URL address); and all illustrations, figures, and tables placed in the text at appropriate points, not at the end.


Code of Conduct & Plagiarism Policy 

Text that complies with library and language style requirements is outlined in the author's manual which will be found on the About Us page.