Kudos to my mom who recently told me about Khan Academy. The site containes 1,400+ videos (more added regularly) on a variety of subjects. The videos are short, 15-18 minutes, explaining multiple subjects including basic math, advanced math, economy, physicals and chemistry. I appreciate that the videos are short, concise and free. Sal Khan has an interesting story. This slow laptop created problems downloading a couple of videos explaining is story. They are available on the website.
We watched a basic math video and a history video and found them informative. I think they have the potential to be a great supplement in home education. I have not viewed all the videos obviously so preview with care. I noticed some questionable videos on the biology section that you may want to pass on.
This won't be beneficial for everyone. I am a visual learner and so this proves to be helpful for me. It is very much a "lecture" style like in TJEd and so should be used minimally. I see it beneficial in explaining advanced math and math based sciences. I think that it will be helpful to me also as I work on my own scholar/depth phase in math as I lack a mentor in those fields.