Int�gration du concept d'intelligence �motionnelle � la logique de l'approche p�dagogique par comp�tences dans les curriculums de formation en sant�

PARENT, Florence; JOUQUAN, Jean; KERKHOVE, Leslie; JAFFRELOT, Morgan; DE KETELE, Jean-Marie
July 2012
P�dagogie M�dicale;2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p183
Academic Journal
Context and issue: Recent developments in educational programs introduced a new concept framework in education, that of the competence-based approach. The framework challenges the limits of the objective-based approach in pedagogy. This paper discusses integrating the emotional intelligence concept in the reasoning of the competence-based approach in health training curriculums. Objectives: 1) To critically assess a number of competency frameworks (CF) that claim to take into account the field of emotional intelligence and to develop a number of basic guidelines in order to more clearly and specifically reframe them in terms of emotional competence (EC) in accordance with recent developments in the psychology of emotions; 2) To verify if the analytic mapping of an emerging taxonomy of EC and a general framework of an integrated competence-based approach (ICBA) provides data that mutually consolidate the construct validity. Methods: An interpretative and comprehensive qualitative approach based on content analysis of preexisting data was used. Material was made up of four SRC stemming from a methodical and systematical planning of health professional training. The interpretative analysis and thematic categorization of the SRC content was based on an analytical grid that drew on relevant and specific scientific literature. Results: The fields and taxonomical levels of emotional competence are well documented in general, but they are sometimes over- or under-represented according to the various CF. In addition some statements are unclear. The temporary taxonomy of the EC provides an adequate categorization of EC detailed in the four CF. There is consistency between the temporary taxonomy of EC and the APCi, which mutually validate each other. Conclusion: The temporary taxonomy of the EC allows the adequate categorization of EC explicited in the four CF. There is a real concordance between the temporary taxonomy of EC and ICBA which trends to validate each other.


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