Many of us have the basics to teaching online down, but there are still delays, hiccups, and a suite of things that may go wrong each time we start a video meeting. Little things we learned to do without thought in our first few years to teaching once again plague us, such as handing out materials, knowing if every person is present (when their audio and video are both off), getting full participation, and helping recalcitrant students interact. How do we regain the mastery of teaching so we can again convey content and see our student apply knowledge? In this 1.5-hour workshop you will learn about and practice using a number of techniques that will help make your remote classroom run more smoothly. Some tips and tricks will take the bumps out of basic procedures, while others will give you access to a deeper level of connection to your students.