The majority of teachers of boys are women. Experienced women teachers talk about enjoying and using boys' energy in the classroom, tuning in to the ways that boys communicate, and varying lessons to suit all learning styles. Involving fathers and working with male colleagues are also covered. Teaching teams of women and men use the different interests and experiences of boys and girls to enhance the learning of both. Boys in school are not just learning subject matter. They are also processing important messages about being a learner, being male, and about relationships with each other and with girls. These case studies from around Australia show how women and men teachers are working together to assist them to become fine young men who do well in school and in life.