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.