Classroom management as defined by Rodriguez (2010) refers to the technique used to reduce the number of cases of discipline, control, or any other unacceptable student behavior. However, classroom management does not merely involve responding effectively to the problems each time they occur.
In order to achieve high levels of discipline, it requires also the prevention of problems from occurring. This is achieved by creating environments that encourage learning and appropriate behavior. The managerial abilities applied by many teachers have been found to positively relate to how the students behave. The students’ achievements in everything they do at school have been greatly related to how they interact with their teachers.