Hello Juliana
I have a project for high-schools which is called "Translator's corner". Schoolchildren translate from other languages one part of different articles. It's like a competition who will translate more. So there I count the translations via bytes and it stimulates them. They do everything in order their bytes chould grow higher. Here is the link of my project but it's in Armenian. You can see the bytes of the schoolchildren. 
P.S. Will you please tell me a bit more of your project? Sorry if I have missed something. I'm new in this mailing list, may be you have already told.


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On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 5:12 AM, Juliana Bastos Marques <domusaurea@gmail.com> wrote:
*NOT a CFP!* ;)

Hello all!

I have been thinking about using the criterion of a minimum number of bytes to evaluate the students' edits for my next course - together with content, of course. This came up because I noticed some students were editing as little as possible, and this time I want the whole group to start new articles from scratch. 

Has anyone used this approach? Pros/cons? What would you consider a reasonable number for the minimum of bytes in the final article?



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