Dr Yiakoumetti's teaching responsibilities involve lecturing on topics such as language acquisition, bilingualism, linguistic human rights, globalisation and the dominant role of English, second-language pedagogies, critical discourse analysis, and quantitative research design. She teaches within the following courses:
- BA English Language and Communication
- Sociolinguistics (U700XX) (Module Leader)
- Critical Discourse Analysis (U70071) (Module Leader)
- Psycholinguistics (U70081) (Module Leader)
- MA TESOL
- Language Acquisition and Development (P70016) (Module Leader)
- Sociolinguistics (P700XX) (Module Leader)
- Research Methods (P70129)
- Dissertation (P70137)
Dr Yiakoumetti supervises the research of doctoral students who investigate a diverse range of topics in multilingualism, language policy, nonstandard linguistic varieties, non-native Englishes, and indigenous mother tongues in education.
Dr Yiakoumetti welcomes enquiries from prospective research students who are contemplating a higher degree (PhD, EdD., MPhil, MA) that focuses on issues within the broad field of educational linguistics.