MEG BRANSON MEd(Gifted Ed), MEd, BTeach(Hons), BComm/BA
Meg is the Assistant Manager of The CHIP Centre, Geelong. In 2016, she completed a Master of Education from Monash University, specialising in gifted education, with her thesis focusing on giftedness in the early years. Meg has organised several parent and teacher forums for the CHIP Family Support Group.
This aligns with her passion for providing professional development opportunities for educators and pre-service teachers in various aspects of giftedness; including identification, curriculum design and the uneven (asynchronous) development of these special children. Meg’s many years of experience as a primary school teacher, combined with parenting her very own CHIP, enables her to develop authentic relationships with both schools and families of children of high intellectual potential.