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Experiencing a paradigm shift through assessment Understanding hallmarks of learner-centered teaching and assessment Applying principles of good practice in learner-centered assessment Setting direction with intended learning outcomes Using feedback from students to improve learning Using rubrics to provide feedback to students Assessing students' ability to think critically and solve problems Using portfolios to promote, support, and evaluate learning Shifting the paradigm: individual and organizational implications.