Ged Gast, past president of NSEAD, examines the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) Dimensions and reflects on what actions teachers and subject leaders can take to successfully integrate SMSC into art, craft and design. This 27-page booklet is filled with examples of how each of the dimensions might be explored and weblinks to further resources online..
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