I have discovered creating flipped lessons through TED Ed (http://ed.ted.com). The site allows instructors to use any of the pre-formatted TED Ed Flipped lessons and personalize video lessons for the instructors classroom and curriculum. Teachers can use any TED (http://www.TED.com/video) or You Tube (http://www.youtube.com/user/SMARTERTEACHER) video to create a flipped lesson. The format allows the instructor to create 15 multiple choice or short answer questions that can be directly linked to the video. Also included in the lesson format are options to create discussion questions and additional assignments based upon the topic of the flipped lesson.
The flipped lesson format of the TED Ed site is a functional means of introducing new topics through multimedia formats. Creating support lessons for extending the classroom for additional work and/or review of material. Or to supplement the curriculum with additional topics that cannot be completed within the guidelines of the curriculum.