Abstract— Commonly, learning is expected to happen uniformly even in large classes. Typically, instructors can provide only a single learning setting in presence courses. Yet, student groups are heterogeneous in terms of their learning styles. This paper presents a learning concept which uses Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory to address different groups of learning habits adequately. This learning concept is used as a pilot in an introductory course on software engineering for learning modelling with the Unified Modelling Language.