The UAS Ed593 course addresses the following of the Standards for Alaska's Teachers. You can find all of the Standards for Alaska's Teachers here.

3. A teacher teaches students with respect for their individual and cultural characteristics.
Performances that reflect attainment of this standard include
a. Incorporating characteristics of the student's and local community's culture into instructional strategies that support student learning;
b. Identifying and using instructional strategies and resources that are appropriate to the individual and special needs of students; and
c. Applying knowledge of Alaska history, geography, economics, governance, languages, traditional life cycles and current issues to the selection of instructional strategies, materials, and resources.

4. A teacher knows the teacher's content area and how to teach it.
Performances that reflect attainment of this standard include
c. Drawing from a wide repertoire of strategies, including, where appropriate, instructional applications of technology, and adapting and applying these strategies within the instructional context;
d. Connecting the content area to other content areas and to practical situations encountered outside the school; and

5. A teacher facilitates, monitors, and assesses student learning.
Performances that reflect attainment of this standard include
a. Organizing and delivering instruction based on the characteristics of the students and the goals of the curriculum;
b. Creating, selecting, adapting, and using a variety of instructional
resources to facilitate curricular goals and student attainment of performance standards;
c. Creating, selecting, adapting, and using a variety of assessment strategies that provide information about and reinforce student learning and that assist students in reflecting on their own progress

6. A teacher creates and maintains a learning environment in which all students are actively engaged and contributing members.
Performances that reflect attainment of this standard include
a. Creating and maintaining a stimulating, inclusive, and safe learning community in which students take intellectual risks and work independently and collaboratively;
b. Communicating high standards for student performance and clear expectations of what students will learn;
c. Planning and using a variety of classroom management techniques to establish and maintain an environment in which all students are able to learn; and
d. Assisting students in understanding their role in sharing responsibility for their learning.

8. A teacher participates in and contributes to the teaching profession.
Performances that reflect attainment of this standard include
a. Maintaining a high standard of professional ethics;
b. Maintaining and updating both knowledge of the teacher's content area or areas and best teaching practice;
c. Engaging in instructional development activities to improve or update classroom, school, or district programs; and
d. Communicating, working cooperatively, and developing professional relationships with colleagues.