As a member of edweb.net, I get several digests each day and lately, the bulk of them have referred to a site called educanon that teachers are using to make the flipped model more inviting, more accountable and more specific to the needs of the kids.
Educanon takes your YouTube video and allows for insertion of questions to assure students are paying attention and learning something from the video. A lot of mentions lately are by teachers who are flipping their classroom or considering the flipped model. They are making videos galore and inserting lots of questions to check for understanding.
I decided since I was using a flipped model, somewhat, in my French class, I wanted to give it a shot. I made a few video clips that had some questions inserted. It was easy to use and the fact that it's free is even better.
If you look at the images I posted, you see the video I selected and the questions I added. You can also see there is a desktop, per se, where you assign work to specific classes. All of your videos are placed in a queue and you select one to send to a class. It is very simple to do. It seems to me that it takes longer to preview the video than to do the activities with it.
I think if someone is going to consider flipping a class, this site is a smart move to generate questions and answers. It will certainly hold kids accountable and show the teachers what kids know. I am going to start implementing videos into my classroom.