The first step to building professional relationships of respect with students is to know and use their name. I have problems remembering the names of some of my students that are in my hybrid classes, since we only meet once per week. The Great Southwest Teaching Conference in October is an annual conferenced for sharing out of good teaching ideas. A colleague I met there confessed to the same dilemma, and shared their solution - a picture of each student at the beginning of the semester! So this semester I had my students hold up their name tag (a folded-over-lengthwise 3X5 file card) just under their chin, and I snapped their individual picture on my iPhone (they were lined up in alphabetical order, according to their last name). Now, when I grade their work, I have their picture on my phone which helps to prompt my memory. And, right before each hybrid class meeting, I scroll through the pictures quickly to get a quick reminder/cue.
The result is qualitative, but I am much, much better on accurately recognizing and calling my students by their correct name!