Swift School Teachers Dress as 'Welded Sounds'
The welded sounds helped illustrate phonetic principles.
Swift School teachers dressed as welded sounds to celebrate Halloween and illustrate phonetic principles taught in their classrooms.
Welded sounds are derived from the Wilson Reading System, a program based on the Orton-Gillingham approach to help students learn about reading and language. The Orton-Gillingham approach is a phonetic, systematic, and sequential approach to reading instruction and involves multi-sensory techniques. Swift School uses these methods and strategies to help students achieve their learning goals.
Founded in 1998, Swift School is a private independent school for students with dyslexia and serves students from throughout metropolitan Atlanta.