Peter DeWitt reflects on the question, are some teachers uncoachable?
The truth is that at some point it is no longer the coaches job to work with a teacher if that teacher doesn't want to work with the coach. At some point it is the job of the administrator to chime in and work with the teacher. Coaches are not supposed to be evaluators. The other day a very astute coach told me they feel like they are the sheriff without a gun.
What stands out is the difference between having a coach, which is about growth and development, and being a leader, which is making sure due process is followed.