Course Description

Help boys become more successful in the classroom and learn new strategies for effectively teaching boys of all ages! Parents, teachers, and mental health professionals are worried about boys in today's school system.  Lack of motivation and disinterest in school are just a few of the growing challenges when educating boys and young men.  In this course you will be working through the required text, Boys Adrift, in which family physician and psychologist Leonard Sax tackles the problem head on, drawing on the very latest research and his vast experience with boys and their families. Work at your own pace in this course and gain valuable tools to immediately use in your school. Grades K-12.

Learner Outcomes

Participants will
  • Gain an awareness of the 5 factors that the author thinks are changing boys
  • Explore best practices and make changes if needed to better suit teaching boys
  • Ensure all learners are succeeding
  • Use evidence and research to solve problems of practice and make educational and therapeutic decisions
  • Critically analyze and implement research-based practices
  • Ask yourself questions and think about how, what, and why you teach the way you do
  • Explore technology and resources that will benefit you and your students


“Thank you! I really enjoyed this class and will absolutely be passing my copy of the book along to interested friends and colleagues.” —TINT Student

“This class has better prepared me to work with boys (and girls) by opening my mind to how young men are and why they have become that way. I think it helps me think more outside the box to accommodate them and try to create intrinsic motivation for them.” —TINT Student

“Thank you so much for your thoughtful responses and such a great course! I truly enjoyed it!” —TINT Student

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