or ABC Model (Antecedent, Behaviour, Consequence)
Operant conditioning is learning through consequences (the rewards and punishments that follow a behaviour). It is the work of psychologist B.F. Skinner that concluded that behaviour could be shaped using these four quadrants by either rewarding or punishing behaviour.
Read more: https://www.simplypsychology.org/operant-conditioning.html
During classes you will learn how to utilize positive reinforcement, and to a much lesser extent negative punishment. In context, this includes removing potential reinforcers such as our attention in response to dogs jumping, and forward motion in response to pulling. These are always followed by R+ to ensure that your dog is learning in a proactive way that doesn't lead to frustration.
Classical conditioning is the process of learning through association. The famous "Pavlov's dog", where something that was previously neutral (a sound like a bell or clicker) is paired with an unconditioned stimulus (food or praise). After this association is learned, the sound becomes a conditioned stimulus, and hearing the sound will show the same response in the dog that the food or praise.
Read more: https://www.simplypsychology.org/classical-conditioning.html