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Jennifer Faison-Hodge and David L. Porretta

This study compared physical education and recess physical activity levels of elementary school age students with mild mental retardation (MR) and students without disabilities who possessed either high or low cardiorespiratory fitness. For this study, the System for Observing Fitness Instructional Time (SOFIT), a measure of physical activity, was validated for students with mild MR. A significant difference for moderate to vigorous physical activity was obtained between settings. Findings suggest that students with MR and those without disabilities were more active during recess than during physical education. Students with mild MR and those with low cardiorespiratory fitness performed similarly in both the physical education and recess settings.

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Jennifer Faison-Hodge, Rebecca Woodard, and Kristi Sayers

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Rebecca Woodard, John C. Ozmun, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, and Kristi Sayers Menear

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Kristi Sayers, Rebecca Woodard, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, Cindy K. Piletic, and John C. Ozmun

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L. Kristi Sayers, Rebecca Woodard, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, John C. Ozmun, and Cindy Piletic

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Rebecca Woodard, Kristi Sayers Menear, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, and John C. Ozmun

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Rebecca Woodard, John C. Ozmun, Cindy K. Piletic, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, and L. Kristi Sayers

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Rebecca Woodard, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, Rebecca Woodard, Cindy Piletic, and Kristi S. Menear

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Rebecca Woodard, Jennifer Faison-Hodge, Kristi Sayers Menear, and Kevin M. Casebolt

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