Before a teacher can educate their children, they must be able to keep control and manage an orderly classroom. What is CHAMPs and does it work? CHAMPs is a module of classes that most new teachers are now encouraged to use. CHAMPS focuses on classroom organization which is the key to managing discipline. The theory assumes that when students know what is expected of them, they will behave and the classroom will run smoother. CHAMPs is an acronyms. C is communication, H is help, A is activity, M is material, P is participation. Communication refers to whether or not the students can talk during a certain activity. H stands for how will they get help. Activity defines what they will actually be doing. Materials are what materials they will need for the activity. Participation means how will you know they are participating. When CHAMPs is used all together it is supposed to create well behaved and organized children.