There are three major types of classroom management strategies. The first type is the authoritarian strategy. This strategy focusing on keeping order in the classroom. In this type of classroom there are strict limits and there is very little verbal exchange amongst students. The strategy has been considered unsuccessful. Students in this type of environment are generally passive learners who fail to initiate activities and have poor communication skills. Another unsuccessful classroom management strategy is the permissive strategy. A permissive classroom allows students more freedom. There is very little support found amongst these types of classrooms. Generally students from permissive classrooms have inadequate academic skills as well as low self-control. The third and final classroom management strategy is the authoritative strategy. This strategy has been proven to be the most effective in classroom management. Teachers who use an authoritative strategy of classroom management allow students a considerable amount of independence when it comes to thinking and performing in the classroom. However, they do tend to monitor their students much more. Teachers also engage students in a great deal of verbal communication and provide plenty of feedback. Even with all of this freedom, authoritative teachers still maintain rules and boundaries within their classrooms. Students who come from a classroom that utilizes an authoritative strategy tend to get along well with peers as well as display a high sense of self-esteem.