Multiple Intelligence Training Center

3737 Madeline Drive

San Jose, CA 95127

Office - 408.254.9241

Fax - 408.254.9245


Virtual Class Schedule

Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Closed on the Weekends


*Santa Clara County Covid-19 Update


*San Andreas Regional Center Update



About Us

MITC started as a community-based program in September 2001. It serves as an alternative program for consumers who require innovative and non-traditional programming due to their uniquely challenging needs.

The site-based programming, which was added in October 2003, is meant to provide our consumers with additional training avenues as well as alternative training space when off-site activities are not permissible, i.e. severe weather conditions. Our on-site workshops also offer functional academics, arts and crafts, dance and movements, community BINGO, music and leisure, movie time, karaoke, tabletop games, cooking and exercise classes. MITC consumers participate in a wide variety of social, leisure and recreational activities such as community outings, educational trips to museums, zoo, malls, libraries and parks.

We also offer Emotional Creativity and Anger Management classes; Sign Language classes; themed programs and parties; leisure lunch at the backyard garden with a gazebo; art exhibits featuring consumers’ artworks; and programs that our consumers greatly enjoy and benefit from.


PURPOSE

Teaching Minds

HELPING

students attain educational potential.


Touching Hearts

SHARING

the love for life.


Transforming Lives

ENRICHING

the lives of

everyone we meet.


Mission Statement

Mission

MITC is committed to providing its consumers with a nurturing environment where individuals have access and opportunity to participate in and benefit from educational experiences both on-site and in the community.

Goals

MITC endeavors to provide intellectually stimulating developmentally appropriate instructional programming for each consumer; to hone consumers’ pre-vocational skills through hands-on training as they prepare for more meaningful work activities in the community (i.e. paid employment).

Learning Principles

MITC’s basic operating principle is influenced by Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, which upholds among other theories, that people are intelligent in different ways. MITC believes that each individual is endowed with a unique intelligence and capabilities that can be tapped and developed to an optimum level.

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