CAVE Exploration


The picture above is from my exploratory visit to CAVE Island. The acronym CAVE is Community of Academic Virtual Educators. The trip was/is truly fascinating. The scenery is detailed and enhances the experience. The amount of information is almost overwhelming. I know I will visit CAVE Island again.

I learned about virtual meeting places for educators, virtual Alaskan wetland exploration by grade school students, presentations on hiring veterans with TBI, and studies of gaming with adults over 50. (I resemble that last study.) The caves seem to go on and on. Just when you think you have all of it, there is a hovering door for you to transport yourself (Star Trek-style) to another area.

The island is a cooperative of the following entities:

  • Boise State University’s EDTECH Department
  • iNACOL
  • AECT Library

I am sure since the entities cast a wide net, one will see not only a casual passerby (done) but one will see students from all over the world gathering information. While exploring, I was able to meet a person from Greece and a quick hello to a fellow Edtech student. I think it is that world aspect that is finally coming into view.


About "B" Bernheim
“B”, his nickname, returns to the other side of the desk after many years. Graduating from UNC-Charlotte in 1983 with a BA in Education (K-12), he entered active service with the US Army. He began teaching high school upon completion of his tour of duty. B taught Language Arts and Social Studies for one year at the middle school level. English, Composition, Public Speaking, Theater, Forensics, and Technical Theater are among the subjects he has taught in public high school settings. Most recently, he was a Strategies of Instruction teacher, Assistant Dean of Students, dorm parent, girls’ hockey coach and rock climbing instructor at The Forman School in Litchfield, CT. The Forman School is a 9-12 boarding school specifically targeting students who learn differently.

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