At this website, you will find a link to the syllabus and all lecture videos for a "flipped" version of an Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Course taught at Saint Mary's College (Notre Dame, IN). I used Shiver & Atkins for this course, and the format is based off of Dr. Franz's course at Duke. If anyone is interested in the problem sets, I will be happy to share, although much of the material I used is from VIPEr.
Students will be able to apply fundimental principles of Group Theory, M.O. Theory, Acid/Base Theory, Crystal Field Theory, Kinetic & Thermodynamic trends, and 18e- rule to understand spectroscopic (Absorption, Vibrational) and magnetic properties and to understand bonding and reactivity of metals.
This was the first iteration of a flipped model, I appologise for any mistakes & innacuracies, but if you spot issues, I'm happy to know about them. The videos are rather long, and I will say that if I do this again, I will certainly design shorter videos! Students really like it when the videos are 10-15 min or less. But, perhaps these can help some beginning teachers prepare for class. (And if that's you, good luck!)