During the past few years, I taught several phonetics/phonology modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the University of Edinburgh:
The Connected Speech module of Linguistics 2 (pre-Hounours), the laboratory component of Honours Foundation: Phonology and Phonetics, the phonetics and phonology component of the Structure of Japanese (Honours), and the phonetics component of Introduction to Phonology and Phonetics (MSc).
I also gave a guest lecture on speech perception at the University of Bangor for an undergraduate psycholinguistic course (pre-Honours).
Before the completion of my PhD, I taught English and Japanese as a second language at various levels, from junior high school (Ritsumeikan High School, Japan) to community college (the Institute for Applied Language Studies, now the Centre for Lifelong Learning, at the University of Edinburgh). I also taught academic English at Temple University, Japan.