Everyone learns differently. Some may find reading useful, but some may find discussing with others help them retain information more effectively. Various approaches have been used by Unified Modeling Language (UML) instructors all over the world to assist students in learning the UML. The normal face-to-face meeting in a classroom for a typical 14-week semester at undergraduate level seems to be insufficient for students to master the subject, as well as to equip them with the knowledge that they can apply after graduating. The objective the work presented in this book is to combine various approaches of teaching and learning UML which is adaptable to individual’s learning style and knowledge level.