With the transfer deadline day just about over, in this blog post, find out how teachers can learn from the transfer deadline day. The 1st of September is the day when all transfers need to be completed in England. Often a frantic part of the football year with some managers leaving it until the last second to secure players and tie up certain deals. But what can teachers learn from this frantic day?
Plan upcoming material
Transfer deadline day is often the most frantic time of the football season. Managers scramble making phone calls all over to find a right move for their club. This is why, in our first section, we will be talking about planning ahead. Teachers should always plan ahead. Whether it be before the school term begins or whilst the school term is ongoing. Teachers should definitely always plan ahead. This will allow total clarity for teachers when organising lessons and learning activities for students.
Planning ahead will also allow time for teachers to outline potential risks to some of the material that they have prepared. A good example of this in relation to the transfer deadline day would be when a manager makes a “panic buy”. This is often a phrase used when a manager will buy a player that may not be suitable for their club. Planning ahead would have allowed the manager to make a correct judgement of the player. Teachers can take this example and begin to plan their material prior to the start of term, and find out whether it is suitable and affordable.
Prepare for things to go wrong
Preparing for things to go wrong will always be a strong piece of advice. Whether it be in the workplace or the classroom, it’s always important to be prepared for when things go the opposite of how you expected.
In relation to the transfer deadline day, it’s frequent for some deals to fall through at the last second, this leaves managers in no mans land with no alternative for this issue. This then leads for things to go wrong, and creates a problem for football managers.
Try new ideas
It’s easy to fall into the same repetitive trap once your comfortable. This is why it’s important to try new ideas. This could be one of your students ideas or one of your own. Exploring new initiatives and ideas could be the key to unlocking the new step in your journey to success.
For example, purchasing an Anomaly screen could be a good way to try out new ideas. You can find out more information about these screens by clicking here.
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