Working with Reluctant Teachers

Are you wondering how to bring coaching to those that aren’t expressing an interest?

Do you need effective strategies for dealing with conflict in a positive way?

It’s important to remember that those teachers that are not quite ready to work with you may see you as a representation of change, so it may not be about you (or even about coaching) at all.

Getting Started

Working with Reluctant Teachers


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Blog Posts

Developing a Culture of Coaching by Defining My Role

Developing a Culture of Coaching by Defining My Role

Whitney Little Guest Author The Coach Microcredential Graduate 2020My goal for the microcredential program was to develop a culture of coaching at school by defining my role as a coach and developing tools to help teachers.Whitney's Final Project VideoMy plan to meet...

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Developing Confidence as a Coach

Developing Confidence as a Coach

Emma Ahmed Guest Author The Coach Microcredential Graduate 2020My goals for the project were to develop my confidence as a coach, and I think I expected this to be demonstrated in feeling more like a ‘proper coach.’ I knew it would take a lot of steps by getting...

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Making the Shift into Coaching

Making the Shift into Coaching

Tanya Irene Guest AuthorThe Coach Microcredential Graduate 2020My motivation for taking the coaching course was to make the actual shift into coaching. I had undergone a title change to Digital Learning Coach. I wanted to be able to really be a Digital Learning...

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Workbook & Template Starter Pack

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Our workbook covers the following topics, including resources, challenges AND room to jot down your own thoughts and ideas!

  • The Many Roles of an Instructional Coach
  • Essential Skills for Coaches
  • The Difference between Consulting, Collaborating & Coaching
  • The Coaching Cycle
  • What Instructional Coaching Looks like in Practice
  • How to Have a Coaching Conversation
  • Coaching Models
  • How to Build Momentum Around Coaching
  • Leading Professional Learning
  • Working with Reluctant Teachers



Template Starter Pack

Printable & Digital (editable) 

  • Coaching Conversation Journal
  • Goal Setting Template
  • Milestone Tracker
  • PD Session Template
  • Parent Training Checklist & Template
  • Coaching Self-Assessment
  • Relationship Builder
  • See Think Wonder Classroom Observation
  • Time Management for Busy Coaches
  • Question Stems & Sentence Starters

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Drill Down

Online Courses


EVERYTHING you need to #coachbetter with this Recommended Bundle of 3 courses!

Course 1: Creating a Culture of Coaching. 
Examine ways coaches can be instrumental in developing and sustaining school-wide change.

Course 2: Coaching: Managing Challenges. 
Explore a variety of ways to effectively deal with conflict in our roles as instructional coaches.

Course 3: Coaching: Building Capacity in Your School. 
Examine and develop ways to empower others to become leaders within your department and/or school.


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