As technology coaches we often forget that many of the teachers we are working with are at the very basic technology level and we may not know this at first. We want them and talk about wanting them to do these wonderful, great, amazing things with technology and use Schoology or Google Classroom, or implement a station rotation model in their classroom and they agree with us and even put on a good face saying "Yes, I know how to do that!" The part we often forget (the part the teachers never admit) is these teachers are lacking the basic skills - creating content and collaborating on that content. This isn't the end of the world though and we don't give up on these teachers and focus on others, even the smallest step in the right direction is a step in the right direction.
Schoology or Google Classroom or Microsoft Classroom isn't going to be the answer to all your classroom technology questions/problems it isn't going to help you implement a station rotation model or a flipped classroom until you begin to create that content and really truly understand how that works. So yes, would I love all my teachers to be flipping and blending their classes - of course but as I sit here and meet with my teachers I realize that yes we can get there but it's going to take baby steps. Always, always meet them where they are they'll be less frustrated then if you'd pushed them there.