There is wisdom that is practised to develop & support samadhi (concentration) and wisdom that arises from the practise of samadhi (concentration), as described below:
Of those, right view is the forerunner. And how is right view the forerunner? In one of right view, right resolve comes into being. In
one of right resolve, right speech comes into being. In one of right
speech, right action... In one of right action, right livelihood... In
one of right livelihood, right effort... In one of right effort, right
mindfulness... In one of right mindfulness, right concentration... In
one of right concentration, right knowledge... In one of right
knowledge, right release comes into being.
The wisdom or wise reflection that is practised to develop & support samadhi is called Right Understanding/Right View and sampajjana. This pre-learned or pre-experienced wisdom is brought to and kept in mind by the practise of mindfulness (sati).
The wisdom or direct seeing that arises from the practise of samadhi is called vipassana (insight), samma nana (Right Knowledge), etc.
Note: vipassana is not a 'technique, method or practise'; as commonly taught. As already said, vipassana is a result of practice, as described below:
Having thus developed (practised) the noble eightfold path...these two qualities occur in tandem: tranquillity (samatha) & insight (vipassana).