Jeremy LeCornu is an Australian Biology teacher who began posting videos on YouTube for his students. He contacted another science teacher who was 'flipping', Tyler DeWitt, who was part of a team of educators beginning Socratic. Socratic has developed quickly. It not only contains a comprehensive collection of Science videos, but also mathematics, and macro/micro economics (and they're taking votes for the next subject). The site also uses a question/answer forum where its thousands of members can answer questions. This allows answers to be given almost immediately. A profile is set up for contributors so you can have a nosey at backgrounds.
After his visit to the USA, he became a Socratic contributor, and refined his process of flipping, creating a studio set-up with dual cameras (one on top for the workspace and one in front for the presenter). This is something schools could set up for the use of multiple teachers!
It's not often you see the inner workings of the flipped classroom - it's an interesting insight. A lot of work it seems, but apparently worth it. Just from watching the video I can think of a few things I would try to reduce the workload...
A Flipped Learning Journey: Meet Jeremy LeCornu