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What softwares or applications would you recommend to support flipped learning?

I'm an A level student in Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar and I've been working on introducing the flipped learning to my school through assembly presentations on MOOCs(Massive Open Online Courses) and Khan Academy to give the whole school a hint on the flipped learning, then I started blogging, and even shared my story in an audition for TEDxKL 2013. Here are the relevant links:
blog: http://faizulzuraimi.blogspot.com/2013/05/an-open-letter-to-teachers-my-name-is.html
TEDxKL 2013 audition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPPfL1fP0Sg

It's almost been a year since I started this initiative, and I finally have the opportunity the present this exciting learning pedagogy to my school. However, for this to be more effective, I'll need your recommendations for softwares that we can use to implement this, besides Khan Academy. (since my school is doing CIE A level module, and most students prefer materials that are within the syllabus)

Looking forward to some great ideas!


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    Jan 13 2014: TED-ED!

    They have a way of flipping any video that's on Youtube. Watch the Talk by TED-ED director Logan Smalley. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efqGOyDtw74

    Oh and it's http://ed.ted.com/
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      Jan 18 2014: Hi Mr.Jimmy,

      I agree with you that TED-ed is a good platform for flipping the class, especially when students are interested in exploring some new ideas and knowledge. In Salman Khan's talk, he showed a dashboard where he had a statistic on student's progress- using the different colours of bars as to indicate if the student is struggling on a particular concept or not, so that teachers are equipped with datas that can help them to take actions more productively. Besides Khan Academy, I was wondering if there's any similar software that does the same

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