If you're wondering how to get started using this teaching strategy or tool, This article from The New York Times does a great job of laying out things highlighted here and also specific tools for the job like this...
"Sometimes teachers create lectures and other resources themselves using resources like Teacher Tube , the Show Me app or a voice recording tool . Or they might provide a link to an available resource, like a video from Vi Hart , Khan Academy , the Teaching Channel or YouTube EDU . They can even supplement student curriculum with material from an online course ."
An infographic that breaks it down in a very basic form.
"What is it and Why ar epeople talking about it?"
- Flipping the Classroom: An Introduction (onlinecollege.org)
- The Flipped Classroom -newly invented - but used in Austalia 20 years ago (julieboydeducation.com)
- EdSurge: Mapping The Edtech World, Flipped Classrooms, And More... (fastcompany.com)
- My Idea of Flipping My Classroom (educatoral.com)
- The Flip-Flopped Classroom (digiteacher.wordpress.com)
- December News For Those Who Learn In A Different Way (foundnewsthatmatters.wordpress.com)