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Innovative Teaching Practices
Submission DeadlineApr. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
Guest Editors
  • Loudmia Yaagoub
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Boubker Bouasla
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Nabila Kermazli
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Djeloul Haboul
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Abdelaziz Abbas
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Oumel Khair Gaada
    Department of Foreign Languages, University of Medea, Medea, Algeria
  • Department Education(E&SE), Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, Pakistan
Introduction
This special issue is intended for trainers and training professionals who want to know their work, share for and evide their own philanthropic vision of advance in education and especially support the analysis of demands and methodologies in the single purpose of finding solutions in education and particularly in didactic of the literacy and the didactic of oracy. We believe religiously that developing skills is intrically linked to intelligence which is not taken into account. This tribune wants a place for innovation and creation.
In this special issue, we wish to welcome contributions that illuminate and question the question of skills and intelligence at work from the following questions and concerns.
  1. What is professional skill? How is it manifested?
  2. How is professional competence built up and developed at work and in training: under what conditions? By what modalities? What are the obstacles, impediments or difficulties limiting its development?
  3. how does professional intelligence find itself affected by changes in work in the way of its transformations or reelaborations, in the need for growth or, conversely, in the face of the risk of reducing the need for action and professional thinking?
  4. What interactions can be observed between artificial intelligence and human work? Between artificial intelligence and training? How is intelligence at work divided between what is called artificial intelligence and human intelligence?
  5. how to think the professional competence, in its formation and its recognition, in relation with the body, the emotions, the intentions and the engagements, the belongings of groups, the values of the workers?
Aims and Scope:
  1. cross-cutting skills
  2. potential intellectual
  3. writing background
  4. digerics and language skills
  5. intaractions: artificial intelligence and human work
  6. artificial intelligence and training
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