A-Class pages are com­pre­hen­sive, in­tu­itive, en­gag­ing, well-or­ga­nized, and, where it would be use­ful, in­clude ex­cel­lent sup­port­ing ma­te­rial (e.g. ex­am­ples, images, and ex­er­cises). You would en­joy learn­ing from it, and send it to your friends. To reach A-Class pages must re­ceive de­tailed feed­back from both the tar­get au­di­ence to make sure it’s a good ex­pe­rience to learn from and re­view­ers with a strong un­der­stand­ing of the topic.

For higher level au­di­ences ask­ing on Slack is a good way to get feed­back, for Math 0 or Math 1 shar­ing with your friends (in real life of via so­cial me­dia) is a bet­ter bet. To get the re­view­ers at­ten­tion ask in #re­views on Slack.

A-Class pages are:

  1. Com­pre­hen­sive and au­thor­i­ta­tive, cov­er­ing all ar­eas of the topic with­out no­table omis­sions or in­ac­cu­ra­cies.

  2. Writ­ten to an en­gag­ing, en­joy­able, pro­fes­sional stan­dard.

  3. Well-or­ga­nized, with use­ful over­all and lo­cal struc­ture.

  4. Aimed at an au­di­ence, with a level of tech­ni­cal­ity, jar­gon, and no­ta­tion ap­pro­pri­ate for them.

  5. In­tu­itively ex­plained, mak­ing use of ex­am­ples, vi­sual aids, req­ui­sites, and any­thing else which aids reader com­pre­hen­sion.

  6. Very well-sum­ma­rized, in ways ap­pro­pri­ate for all likely au­di­ences.

This tag should only be added by re­view­ers.

Qual­ity scale