Do you play games of jeopardy? Everyone loves Jeopardy. But then, it’s not really a game of high stakes. It’s trivial.
Reeves (2011) states that any form of classroom visit that could jeopardize a teacher’s job security will not be enthusiastically accepted. However, sometimes there are games of jeopardy in which the stakes are high, and as a result, performance suffers.
High stakes create undue anxiety, have negative effects on self-efficacy, and produce toxicity in the culture.
Check out Episode 7 of the Mafost Mashup where we deal directly with Clarity and Toxicity.