The Frist Center for Autism and Innovation at Vanderbilt University is offering a free, 10-week virtual bootcamp in Python coding, starting in June.
This online course was created by and for autistic and neurodivergent folks who want to learn the basics of coding in the programming language Python, with an emphasis on how autistic and neurodivergent learning differs from standard ways of instruction.
The bootcamp will begin the first week of June and run for 10 weeks. Classes will be online, led by an autistic instructor, typically with two one-hour sessions per week.
This resource is free to anyone who identifies as neurodivergent and is interested in learning the basics of Python. The only materials needed are a computer and an internet connection. You can view the application here.
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