Some aspects of care, which I would argue can be practiced both online and off. From Maha Bali (quoted):
- Take time to know your students, face and name, individually or in small groups if the numbers allow it.
- Create a hospitable environment and open relationship that makes it easier for students to share with you.
- Empathize with students and imagine how those with preexisting depression and anxiety must be taking it harder.
- Respond. ... taking time to listen and finding ways to help out.
All of these are ways to behave better generally, not just as teachers, and all of these should characterize our online behaviour perhaps even more than offline.