I need to make a flash card of this but my notes aren't sufficient for information and I can't find anything online. From what I have in my notes he believes the Good is not pleasure and the Bad is not pain, but what else is there?
The short version is that good is virtue, not pleasure, and bad is the loss of virtue. If someone does something immoral for pleasure or to avoid pain then they are not taking good actions. For instance in the Apology Socrates states that it would not have been good of a soldier to abandon his post, though it may help him avoid death, because it would be a breach of his duty.
However I suggest you share notes with one of your class mates so that you can get the most accurate sense of what your professor intends for you to learn.