Usually Sutta recommends developing samadhi before developing wisdom (panna).
One can start as well with developing wisdom, and obtain right view in such a way, or one can develop samadhi and wisdom simultaneously, but as Buddha said in Dutia-agarava sutta (AN 3.15), for a full development of wisdom, full development of samadhi is necessary:
Dutiya - agāravasuttaṃ - Second on unruliness
Bhikkhus, that bhikkhu who is unruly, rebellious and not of the sharing nature with co-associates in the holy life should complete the lesser ethics is not a possibility. Without becoming complete in the lesser ethics, that he should complete the training is not a possibility. Without completing the training, that he should complete the mass of virtues is not a possibility. Without completing the mass of virtues, that he should be complete in concentration is not a possibility. Without becoming complete in the mass of concentration, that he should be complete in wisdom is not a possibility.
‘‘So vata, bhikkhave, bhikkhu agāravo appatisso asabhāgavuttiko ‘sabrahmacārīsu ābhisamācārikaṃ dhammaṃ paripūressatī’ti netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati. ‘Ābhisamācārikaṃ dhammaṃ aparipūretvā sekhaṃ dhammaṃ paripūressatī’ti netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati. ‘Sekhaṃ dhammaṃ aparipūretvā sīlakkhandhaṃ paripūressatī’ti netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati. ‘Sīlakkhandhaṃ aparipūretvā samādhikkhandhaṃ paripūressatī’ti netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati. ‘Samādhikkhandhaṃ aparipūretvā paññākkhandhaṃ paripūressatī’ti netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati.http://awake.kiev.ua/dhamma/tipitaka/2S ... ggo-e.html
This sutta also highlights another important point - the development of ethics, largely overlooked in modern "technical" Western Buddhism.
I would recommend to start every session with a reflection of actions
( see http://awake.kiev.ua/dhamma/tipitaka/2S ... dhi-e.html
then work on the development of samadhi, and finish the session with the development of wisdom.
Gradual training is described in Ganaka-Moggalana sutta:http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .horn.html
Best wishes, Dmytro