This chapter reveals through dialogue our shared and divergent views about becoming teachers of teachers. These views have emerged as we have studied our experience in the various institutions where we have practiced as teacher educators. We usually represent our collaborative work with the moniker, the Arizona Group, and then list our names alphabetically. We call ourselves the Arizona Group because we began our formal education as teacher educators at the University of Arizona together during the mid-1980s, and have been close friends and colleagues ever since. Peg Placier is the fourth member of the Arizona Group, but time commitments precluded her official involvement in the writing of this chapter. Her voice is with us as we write.