Over four years ago, David Warlick put out the challenge for teachers to "tell the new story of teaching and learning." While he offered some ideas of what these stories might be, there was much left to the imagination. What indeed is this new story? As an instructional leader I wanted real life example of teachers in action. Enter Kathy Cassidy, Clarence Fisher and Darren Kuropatwa. These teachers from Saskatchewan and Manitoba, teachers of grade one, eight and high school are among the best examples in the world of teachers telling the new story. Today, all three are recognized globally as leaders of transformative classrooms. Each of the past three years I have interviewed these teachers about what it means to tell the new story. This perhaps suggests some new directions for teachers professional development: What can be gained when teachers engage in deep discussions of pedagogy across disciplines and age cohorts?