Dr. Ken Coley astounds us with his abundance of knowledge in the area of teaching teenagers. As the author of Teaching for Change, he begins with addressing where teachers have gone wrong when they come across as boring. He talks about teens faking their interest and how to use his “RCA” method to evaluate whether they’re actually learning something. He provides techniques to engage those who are naturally shy or introverted and how having a “toolbelt” is critical. Dr. Ken describes what preparation should look like by using the “crockpot method” and become a “living curriculum.”