Strong student-teacher relationships can be critically important to how well students learn (Quinn, 2016). To stay connected to your students when you’re teaching remotely, try a simple phone call or hold online office hours. You can also personalize your feedback with audio or video recordings—research shows that this can have a more profound impact than written responses (Ice, Curtis, Phillips, and Wells, 2007). Use your synchronous class time for interactions that can’t happen when you’re not together: discussion, problem-solving, and community building. And finally, make a little time for show-and-tell. Asking students to share something that represents them, their culture, or some activity that they enjoy doing helps them feel known.