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Discipline in the classroomAs a teacher, one of the most interesting, yet challenging part of teaching is maintaining discipline in the classroom. Discipline can be defined as, “behaviour in accord with rules of conduct; behaviour and order maintained by training and control.” (Dictionary.com). This paper will discuss why teachers discipline, why students act inappropriately, prevention methods that can be used to improve discipline and effective responses teachers can make when needing to discipline in the classroom. This article will use a variety of books as well as the information learned in the ITTT TELF course. Teachers discipline to control their classrooms thus making the learning environment more enjoyable for everyone. However, discipline is often viewed negatively and the reason could be that some teachers use discipline as punishment, rather than a tool to maintain classroom management. (Gordon). Discipline is often viewed by teachers demanding, scolding or even threatening students. However, discipline should be viewed as students and teachers cooperating, having mutual agreements and having joint decision making. (Gordon). Before discipline is used in classrooms, it is important to understand why students act inappropriately to begin with. Students show problem