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The Main Text(A4-Size)

The MAIN TEXT is formatted in A4 size, and must be in English. The grammar check is the obligation of authors’. Abbreviation is necessary but the full name should be spelt out when the term is first used. Main text should not exceed 20 pages, including references, tables and captions. Figures are in a separated file. Text is to be typeset in 12 pt Times New Roman with double-spaced line spacing. All margins of the text are set to be 2.54 cm. Numbering all pages throughout the Main text is required. Final pagination and insertion of running titles will be done by the publisher.
In order to make the published paper smooth for reading, the MAIN TEXT of manuscript should be divided into different sections and each of them should have a heading, for example: Introduction, Experiment Setup, Theory, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, and Acknowledgement. Font size of these heading should be bold 12 points.
The references should appear at the end of the main text. References are to be listed in the order cited in the text, and are formatted as the superscripted Arabic numerals. Use the style shown in the following examples.
1. Chia, C-T, 2011. IYPT-Magazine Guidelines for Authors. Available at : < http://iyptmag.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/> (Accessed 10 October 2011).
2. Andrews, R., Costello, P. & Clarke, S. (1993). Improving the Quality of Argument, 5-16. Hull, UK: The University of Hull.
Edited Books:
3. Goh, S.C. & Khine, M.S. (Eds.). (2000). Studies in Education Learning Environments: An International Perspective. Singapore: World Scientific.
Article or Chapter in Edited Book:
4. McGinnis, J.R. (2000). Walking the tightrope between the world of academia and the world of work. In T. Koballa & D.J. Tippins (Eds.), The Promises and Dilemmas of Teaching Middle and Secondary Science: A Classroom Case Handbook (pp. 244-248). Upper Saddle Ridge, NJ: Merrill/Prentice-Hall.
Article in Conference Proceedings:
5. Fisher, D.L., Rickards, T., Goh, C.S. & Wong, A. (1997). Perceptions of interpersonal teaching behaviour in secondary science classrooms: Comparisons between Australia and Singapore. In D.L. Fisher & T. Rickards (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1997 International Conference on Science, Mathematics and Technology Education and National Development. Hanoi, Vietnam (pp. 136-143). Perth: Curtin University of Technology.
6. Hestenes, D. and Wells, M. (1992). A mechanics baseline test. The Physics Teacher, 30(3), 159–166.   
References to Technical Reports or Doctoral Disertation:
7. Denton, J.J. & Metcalf, T. (1993). Two School-University Collaborations: Characteristics and Findings From Classroom Observations. Report No. EA 025227, Atlanta, GA.
Tables are in Main Text, right after the References. Tables should be numbered sequentially in the text in Arabic numerals. Captions are to be centralized above the tables. Typeset tables and captions in 12 pt Times New Roman with single-spaced line spacing. Table note is in 10 pt Times New Roman. For example:
Table 1.  This is the caption for the table. The width of the caption should follow that of the table and centralize if it is less than the table.
Name of School
Room Capacitya (person/room)
Air Conditioning
National Taiwan Normal University
Nan-Jian University
Nankai University
Stanford University
Finland Oulu University
Tokyo University
Note: Table notes.
aSample footnote A.
Figures are in different file, however, the captions of these figures are in the end of Main Text, right after the Tables. Captions of Figures are to be sequentially numbered in Arabic numerals, and abbreviation is used, such as Fig. 1, Fig.2, etc.. Typeset in 12 pt Times Roman with 1.5-spaced line spacing. 



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