Clintondale High School

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Clintondale High School is a school in Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan that has changed its curriculum to the "flipped classroom" model of blended learning, where students read or watch video lessons outside of class time, using classroom time to do their homework. Teachers lecture briefly or use prerecorded video, spending the majority of time mentoring students as they complete assignments in class, in a supportive environment.[1][2][3]

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Coordinates: 42°33′24″N 82°54′34″W / 42.5567°N 82.9094°W / 42.5567; -82.9094