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  • The Sceptic's Tarot is about using Tarot cards for ideas, brainstorming, problem solving, decision-making, planning, goal-setting, motivation, self-exploration, creative activities, counselling, relaxation and more.

    There is nothing mystical, esoteric or supernatural involved.

    The cards are usually associated with divination. They do not have to be. The Sceptic's Tarot offers a different take on how Tarot cards can be used.

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12 October 2012

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Christoph

For another interesting case about how mobile portfolios can support professional development and identity formation see Chan, 2011. (using the example of bakery apprentices. Best, Christoph

Chan, S. (2011). Becoming a baker: using mobile phones to compile e-portfolios. In N. Pachler, C. Pimmer & J. Seipold (Eds.), Work-based mobile learning:Concepts and cases (pp. 91-117). Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien: Peter-Lang.

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