Sugata Mitra (Newcastle University, UK) tells a remarkable story about education based on a series of real-world experiments. Given the right conditions (i.e. sufficient resources + non-interference) children can teach themselves even sophisticated subject matter.
MOOC typically means Massively Open Online Course. There are many models that meet this description to varying degrees and the concept is rapidly changing. Open Online courses are nothing new. OSU offered its first web-based online course in 1994. What is new is the massive idea, in some cases involving thousands and tens of thousands of students in a single term of a course.
Course flipping is a broad term that typically involves positioning lectures outside of class meetings (e.g. online, video) and using in-class meeting time for a different teaching/learning model (e.g. problem-based, collaborative, discussion). This process may be implemented in parts or as a whole strategy.
Infographics are visual presentations of words and numbers. These can be nice to look at, but for educational value the key is to establish clear and relevant relationships between the parts. Several online tools are available for creating infographics. If you have meaningful numbers text, then you can do this.