Study in short blocks of time rather than extended periods.
Take frequent breaks when studying.
Change locations each time you take a break to help stretch your legs and give you a chance to move about when studying.
Have as many experimental learning opportunities as possible, such as lab and studio courses, as opposed to straight lecture classes – if you have a choice.
Consider building models or giving demonstrations to the class as opposed to more traditional written reports or term projects.
When writing, jot down words whose spelling you’re unsure of, to see if it “looks” correct.
Utilize study groups.
Engage in field trips.
Use memory techniques requiring movement – hand gestures.
Engage in body demonstrations where a motion means a concept.
Use flash cards.
Make colored strips of paper that represent different concepts – link those papers together.