Classroom Management involves various aspects of psychology, communication skills, people skills, etc. Thus, training in classroom management helps a teacher in understanding the nuance of classroom teaching and the various disruptions one might face during the classes. Reward your students: Rewards are a way of motivation. Rewarding in various ways for various tasks make them concentrate and try harder. Rewards make them feel special about themselves. Appreciate the efforts of your students: If even one student in the class is putting in efforts, appreciate them. Appreciation gives the students a feel-good factor and motivates them to do better over and over. This also encourages other students to put in their best efforts. Be inclusive: Always be inclusive in the class. In class activities, include every student. If someone is unreceptive or disinterested involve them too in fun ways. Focus on the disruptive students: The students who interrupt the class the most should be given more attention. Be friendly: It is important to be friendly with the students in order to get them stay focused in the class. A friendly teacher is always the best friend of a student.