I'd start by reflecting on my values as an educator / coach and using those core values to clarify my role. What matters to me, and how does that manifest in what I do every day? (Ironically, this is the same thing I'd suggest for coaches with TOO much on their plates.)
Greg Jung suggests building resources to share with your teachers:
✔ Build relationships with a daily check-in✔ Informally meet with Ts to catch up on what they are using in the classroom & what they may need for the coming weeks✔ Hold a Lunch & Learn to introduce new tech tools✔ Participate in a book study✔ Earn badges/micro credentials
Paul Hanmann finds new ways to check-in to get his foot into his teacher's rooms:
Ask teachers who you have good relationships with to teach an upcoming lesson in their room or cover their class while they get extra planning. Keeps you in touch with teaching and lessons but also get you bonus points!
Mrs. Clary says to use the time to learn new things and take a crack at sending out weekly newsletters:
Always be learning! There's so many resources out there to learn from when you have some "downtime." Podcasts, articles. Sit in on teacher plannings/PLCs and see what you can do to help. Create a weekly newsletter to send out with resources for teachers.