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Effective classrooms have a positive and purposeful atmosphere, where pupils and teachers feel valued, and operate together in a supportive and safe atmosphere. The effective classroom is one where students learn, and teachers help them to do this without spending a lot of their time managing 'problem' or 'hard' behaviour. However, this is not an easy task, and also at one time or another teachers may experience difficulty in maintaining a harmonious working atmosphere. The principal focus of the chapter will be to explore ways of establishing and sustaining a more purposeful, working atmosphere in the classroom. Behaviour management and maintaining discipline is obviously a concern for teachers when seeking to establish themselves in a brand new school context or with a brand new course, even for people who have lots of successful experience. For short-term supply educators, the challenge is increased with the amount of different classes they may encounter on a weekly or daily basis. There is no lack of information regarding behavior management and there are marked differences of opinion across the teaching profession about behaviour and discipline in schools. What is certain is that there's no 'right' way to control all situations. The learning climate that you create is vital. Students are affected not only by the physical environment that surrounds them but also by your own expectations and perspectives. Remember that little things matter. ICT must become an integral and organic part of their learning expert...