Also check out Pyfiddle. It will let you use Python 2.6 or Python 3.6 -make sure to pick the right one. Load your code and run it right there, at least for beginner level. It also allegedly supports several other languages too. You can save your code and send a link to others so they can take a look.
As I write this both of the above are free.
If you have collaboration software then your tutor can share screens with you and maybe even control your machine. That’s a post for another time. If you’re on a campus be sure to check if you have this or other help options available.
And you’re going to remember all this generous help from friendly strangers and pay it forward, right?