I taught for 37 years at the University of Iceland, both in the Department of Linguistics and in the Department of Icelandic. I have taught more than 30 different courses – undergraduate courses on Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Corpus Linguistics, Linguistic Methods, and Composition, and graduate courses on Phonology, Morphology, Syntax (both synchronic and diachronic), Corpus Lin-guistics, and Natural Language Processing.

I have been active in developing teaching material and teaching methods. I have written textbooks on Icelandic phonetics, generative phonology and generative morphology for use at the university level. I was also a pioneer in distance education at the Department of Icelandic (and in fact at the University as a whole) in 1999. Towards the end of my teaching career, I experimented with flipped teaching and with using MOOCs from other universities as an integrated part of my own courses.

In 2016, I received The University of Iceland annual Excellence in Teaching Award.