I have come to realize that the most effective form of professional development for a young teacher, such as myself, is through engaging with veteran and aspiring teachers in a mentor-mentee relationship and sharing our methods and systems. However, since I do not always have a veteran teacher or peer available to discuss our craft, I there are a number of sources that I regularly engage with and strive to incorporate into my teaching practices.
My primary source of independent development comes in the form of educational magazines, journals, and other such publications. You can peruse the various current (and past!) publications that I have read recently by making your way to my "Recent Reads" page and you can also get a glimpse at what I hope to read as I find time in the future, here on my "Future Reads" page.
In addition to keeping up-to-date with my reading list, I also follow a handful of online video series that I have found resourceful that you can view here. Lastly, I strive to keep an on-going list of other various classroom resources that I feel might help me with my teaching endeavours.