Skip to content
B.S., Central Connecticut State University
M.S., Western Connecticut State University
Ph D., University of Arizona (December 2017)
Amorette Languell is an Instructor of Music Education at Northern Michigan University. She teaches courses focused in elementary music education, classroom instruments, aural skills, and music and society. She has presented her research at the College Music Society National Conference, the Society for Music Teacher Education Research Symposium, the National Association for Music Education Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference, the Desert Skies Research Symposium, the National Association for Music Education Eastern Division Conference, and several state music conferences.
Amorette’s research interests include music teacher preparation for urban, suburban, and rural teaching settings, further exploration of gender differences and gender non-conformity among band students, exploring correlations between personality traits and instrument choice, and in-depth study of the lived experiences of drum and bugle corps ensemble member.
Perceived Preparedness for Urban, Suburban, and Rural Teaching by Connecticut Music Educators (College Music Society)
Music Teacher Preparation for the Urban Classroom (Symposium for the Society for Music Teacher Education)
Two Second-Stage Urban Music Teachers (Desert Skies Symposium)
The Role of Gender in Band Program Enrollment (Symposium for the Society for Music Teacher Education)