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Donald Cooper Reflection Paper PART A Wendy Kopp In this section, each of you will reflect on Wendy Kopp’s book One Day, All Children by answering the following questions: 1) Choose 3 items from Kopp’s book that are relevant to your experience as a manager through this semester. Title each item and write a paragraph explaining why you choose each. Ex. 1) Good Management (p.35) During the semester I…because…. 2) How are you like and not like Wendy Kopp? (100 word maximum) PART B How You Can Help In this section, each of you will reflect on Coplin’s How You Can Help by answering the following questions: 1) Choose 1 item from chapter 4 “Effective Volunteering” (p.31-46) that is relevant to your experience as a manager, or volunteer, this semester. 2) Choose 1 item from chapter 17 “Cooperative Problem Solving” (p.197- 208) that is relevant to your experience as a manager, or volunteer, this semester.
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Donald Cooper Reflection Paper May 2, 2010 Sarah Bobak PART A Wendy Kopp 1. 1). Meeting the magic number (p. 29). I chose meeting the magic number because at first it was a struggle for us to get volunteers. Not a lot of people were devoted, knew about the program, and helped support our cause so we had to gain support and create a movement like Wendy Kopp. After a while we had a couple of people that were on board that we knew we could always count on to be there and help us out with problems. With more and more time more people came and we created a solid base aimed at helping students learn and grow through our art, nutrition, and dance programs. We had to train the volunteers with a little speech and give them forms to sign to make sure that they would not do anything bad. A lot of the managing power that Wendy Kopp experienced we also went through and overall we were put in charge of getting volunteers, training them on what was acceptable, and delivering them to the classrooms. 2). Why I persisted (p. 88). I chose why I persisted because it was a little rough at the beginning of the semester with the program. Like Wendy Kopp we did not have a lot of supporters at first and we were unprepared and inexperienced. Through time we got better and more experienced and the program ran more smoothly and was less stressful.
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