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Sandya, request you to please connect with me on your topic along with relevant supporting literature.Reshmi.iyer (talk) 08:19, September 6, 2015 (UTC)
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hi, i will be doing on the topic STAD. 
Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) is a Cooperative learning strategy in which small groups of learners with different levels of ability work together to accomplish a shared learning goal. It was devised by Robert Slavin and his associates at Johns Hopkins University.

In STAD, students are assigned to 4 or 5-member heterogeneous groups. Once these assignments are made, a four-step cycle is initiated: (i) teach, (ii) team study, (iii) test and (iv) recognition.

TEACH:

In the teaching stage, the teacher presents materials usually in a lecture-discussion format. Students should be told what it is they are going to learn and why it is important.

TEAM STUDY:

In the team study stage, group members work cooperatively with teacher-provided worksheets and answer sheets.

TEST:

In the testing stage, each student individually takes a quiz. The teacher grades the quiz and notes the current scores as well as the improvement over previous quizzes.

RECOGNITION:

Each team receives recognition awards depending on the average scores of each team. For example, teams that average 15 to 19 improvement points receive a GOOD TEAM certificate, teams that average 20 to 24 improvement points receive a GREAT TEAM certificate, and teams that average 25 to 30 improvement points receive a SUPER TEAM certificate.

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Page already exists on Wikipedia. Please share relevant research articles that would add to the existing content. Reshmi.iyer (talk) 15:59, September 14, 2015 (UTC)